European Patent Attorney (Life Sciences Team) | Dublin

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Are you a European Patent Attorney looking for a more diverse and fulfilling role?

In our EU-based Dublin Office, we are currently recruiting a fully-qualified European Patent Attorney (or final year EQE candidate) with a PhD or equivalent in (micro)biological, biomedical, biomolecular, (bio)chemical, or natural science (or a related technical discipline); with a view to helping you develop a multifaceted and versatile career path.

About us:

Our technical expertise ranges from electronics and mechanical systems to medical devices and healthcare – and we represent a range of inventors from SMEs, academic institutions, and international corporations – offering a diverse and intensive work experience. We provide an open-door policy to give access to all professional levels, and we nurture a friendly atmosphere to contribute to a supportive working environment. Previous European Patent Attorneys have not only trained and qualified with us but have advanced their careers to partner level – thus, we are invested in advancing the careers of our highly-motivated European Patent Attorneys.

About the role:

The role complements the expansion and progression of our Life Science Team to one of the most competent teams in Europe, and is aimed at developing your professional commitments as a European Patent Attorney in all proceedings before the European Patent Office, with particular opportunity to directly manage higher level opposition and appeal proceedings. You will have occasion to work both on your own and in a group, with direct access to clients and casework with a healthy combination of directly prosecuted and communicated matters – providing you with a varied and extensive caseload. The role boasts a competitive compensation package with clear and definitive opportunities to promote and progress your career.

Your skills:

We are looking for you to provide practical strategic advice through an analytical and organisational perspective, and an active approach to business development. A highly motivated and self-starting attitude to working as an individual must also be combined with the ability to interact and develop strong working relationships with colleagues.

Application to the role:

If you are a fully- or part-qualified European Patent Attorney looking for a more diverse and fulfilling role, please send a cover letter outlining your eligibility for this role together with a detailed CV, by email to Jane Rice, HR Officer ( by Monday 08 January 2018.