Alexandra joined the firm in 2016 as a Trade Mark Assistant.
Alexandra graduated from the University of Cambridge in 2016 with a degree in Human, Social, and Political Sciences. During her final year she was awarded a First Class for her dissertation on human rights and the global garment industry, combining her interests in moral philosophy and fashion.
Type of clients and client work
Alexandra assists in a variety of UK, EU, and overseas trade mark matters for a wide-range of clients from individuals to multinational corporations. Alexandra is involved in assisting clients operating within a number of industries including sport, cosmetics, medical technology and healthcare, media/entertainment, security, and hospitality.
Alexandra’s work includes assisting with clearance searching and advising on the availability/registrability of new trade marks, filing and prosecuting trade mark applications, contentious matters, preparing appeals, drafting settlement agreements and advising on matters of alleged trade mark infringement.
Alexandra particularly enjoys assisting in the prosecution of trade mark applications in the UK and EU, including the preparation of arguments in response to official refusals.
Qualifications and Memberships
- Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice, Queen Mary University of London, 2018 – Distinction
- Student Member of CITMA
BA (Hons), University of Cambridge, Human, Social and Political Sciences (Politics and International Relations), 2016
Alexandra was awarded the prizes for highest mark in the ‘Designs and Copyright Law’ and ‘Trade Mark Law and Practice A’ exams as well as the Highest Overall Student prize for the Queen Mary Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice 2017/18.
Alexandra also achieved the highest mark of all candidates in the Nottingham Law School Professional Certificate Trade Mark Practice (the Trade Mark Attorney finals) 2019.