Georgia is a Trainee Patent Attorney working within Marks & Clerk’s Life Sciences team based in Cambridge. Georgia joined the firm in 2022, following working as a paralegal within a Family Law firm in Cardiff, where she is originally from. Georgia graduated in 2021 from Durham University, where she completed an Integrated Masters in Biosciences. Georgia studied along the biomedical route, reading a range of classical and contemporary disciplines. Her Master’s research project explored the contribution of the macrophages, a key player of the innate immune system, in regenerative systems within mammals.
Georgia assists in drafting and prosecuting international and regional/national patent applications. In particular, she has experience in drafting and prosecuting applications in Europe, as well as other commercially important jurisdictions (including the US, China, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand). Georgia also regularly assists in providing freedom to operate and other due diligence reports on IP portfolios. Georgia confidently assists in developing the IP portfolios of a range of clients including start-ups, SMEs, research institutions and global companies. Georgia has a particular interest and experience in handling matter relating to therapeutic proteins, stem cells, pharmaceutical formulations, Agritech and nucleic acid sequencing
MSc Biological Sciences