Nick is an Associate at Marks & Clerk Law and patent litigator with experience advising across a variety of fields encompassing life sciences, chemistry, telecommunications, engineering and medicinal devices. Nick also has experience advising on regulatory issues in the life sciences sector, including supplementary protection certificates.
Nick’s degree in Cell Biology, including a year spent in the lab during his Master’s degree, means he is well equipped to assist with complex technical disputes with a high level of scientific or technical content.
Nick trained and qualified as a solicitor at a leading London IP firm before joining Marks & Clerk Law in January 2020.
Outside of work, Nick is an avid rugby fan, still lacing up his boots when he can, and sings in a choir in London.
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Postgraduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, University of Oxford (2017)
Qualified as a Solicitor in England & Wales (2016)
Legal Practice Course, BPP London (2013)
Graduate Diploma in Law, BPP London (2012)
MSc Plant Cell Biology, University of Durham (2011)
BSc (Hons) Cell Biology, University of Durham (2010)