Tim joined Dehns in June 2019 after finishing a DPhil in Materials Science at the University of Oxford, where he worked on developing new techniques for jointing superconducting wires in MRI scanners. Prior to that, Tim graduated from the University of Cambridge with an MSci in Natural Sciences, specialising in Materials Science, where he was awarded the Goldsmiths’ prize and medal for the highest mark in final year Materials Science examinations.
Tim currently works with a variety of engineering clients including large multinational companies. His work includes filing and prosecuting patent applications to grant before the UK and European Patent Offices, along with assisting with European opposition procedures.
Tim works across a variety of engineering fields and has particular experience in patents relating to semiconductor devices, graphics processing and consumer products.
Intellectual Property Law Post-Graduate Certificate, Queen Mary University London, 2020
Student Member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys
MSci in Natural Sciences, University of Cambridge, 2015
DPhil in Materials Science, University of Oxford, 2019