Emma graduated from the University of Southampton in 2011 with a First Class Masters of Chemistry degree, where she studied in Singapore for six months as part of her course. She then went on to study for a DPhil in Physical and Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Oxford.
Before joining Dehns in November 2015, Emma worked for the UK Government’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. Emma qualified as a Trade Mark Attorney in 2018, receiving a distinction in both the Queen Mary Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice and the Nottingham Law School Professional Certificate of Trade Mark Practice.
Type of clients and client work
Emma has experience working with a wide variety of clients, from individuals to large multinational companies, and across a range of different industries, including software, chemicals, finance, fashion, construction, hospitality and pharmaceuticals.
Emma assists clients with a full range of trade mark matters. This includes clearance searches, the filing and prosecution of applications, portfolio management and trade mark oppositions.
Qualifications and Memberships
- UK Registered Trade Mark Attorney, 2018
- IP Litigator - Trade Mark, 2018
- Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Practice, Nottingham Law School, 2018 - Distinction (IP Litigation Certificate - Distinction)
- Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice, Queen Mary University of London, 2017 – Distinction
- Member of CITMA
MChem, University of Southampton, Chemistry, 2011
DPhil, University of Oxford, Physical and Theoretical Chemistry, 2014
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