Kate joined Dehns in 2019. She previously worked for a firm in New Zealand where she qualified as a Trans-Tasman (New Zealand and Australia) Patent Attorney. Kate studied mechanical engineering and has experience working in the aviation industry. Prior to joining the IP profession, Kate completed a master’s degree in engineering management, which gave her valuable insight into the commercial aspects of engineering.
Type of clients and client work
Kate has experience working with a range of clients, including individual inventors, SMEs, universities and multinational companies.
Kate works on a wide variety of engineering subject matter, with a particular focus on aeronautical engineering.
Qualifications and Memberships
Trans-Tasman Patent Attorney
BE (Hons) Mechanical Engineering (First Class), University of Canterbury (New Zealand), 2010
MEM (Master of Engineering Management), University of Canterbury (New Zealand), 2015