Dehns Trade Mark Assistant attains highest mark in exams

We are delighted to announce that Dehns Trade Mark Assistant Oliver Gray not only recently passed his Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice with Distinction, but also received academic prizes for attaining the highest mark in the country in the two Trade Mark papers – a genuinely impressive feat. Many congratulations to Oliver.

Oliver’s results follow on from last year’s highly impressive performance from newly qualified Trade Mark Attorney Joanna Furmston, who scored the highest marks in the country for her final qualifying exams, as well as Emma Tyser and Adam Kellett who also qualified with distinctions.

Also last year, Trade Mark Assistant Alexandra Nott received the prize for the highest marks overall for the Queen Mary Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice 2018. Click HERE for the story of last year’s results.

Roberto Calamita, Head of the Trade Mark Group at Dehns, commented: “All these results help to demonstrate the quality and calibre of the individuals we recruit, in addition to the quality of the internal training Dehns provides to its future Trade Mark Attorneys. I’d like to congratulate Oliver for his outstanding recent results and also to those who have been recognised for their results in the last few months.”

To watch a short video on an Attorney’s life at Dehns featuring Oliver and Emma, click here.