Jasmine Banbury

Jasmine Banbury

Background

Jasmine joined the firm in June 2017 as a Technical Assistant shortly after graduating from Lincoln College, Oxford with a degree in Engineering Science (MEng). Jasmine specialised in Biomedical Engineering in her fourth year at University, which involved developing a low-cost kidney phantom for use as a surgical trainer for nephrolithotomy procedures. In 2012, Jasmine spent 11 months working with the Engineering team at Hitachi Rail Europe, working on their class 395 high-speed trains. 

 

Type of clients and client work

Jasmine has worked with a large multinational engineering company and various individual inventors since arriving at Dehns. Her experience includes providing opinions on the patentability of new inventions, drafting new patent applications, handling the prosecution of European applications, and defensive and offensive opposition work.

 

Expertise

Jasmine works on a variety of subject-matter in the Engineering sector, specialising particularly in aerospace.

 

Higher Education 

MEng, Engineering Science, University of Oxford