Liam joined Marks & Clerk in 2022 as a Trainee Patent Attorney based in the Cambridge office. Before joining Marks & Clerk, Liam studied Plastic Electronic Materials (MRes) at Imperial College London where he worked on the computational screening of semiconductor properties. Prior to this, he studied Chemistry with Molecular Physics and a Year in Industry (MSci) at Imperial College London. Liam spent his Year in Industry at Schlumberger Gould Research, working on the interfacial properties of oil-based drilling fluids.
MSci Chemistry with Molecular Physics
MRes Plastic Electronic Materials