We have an excellent opportunity for a senior Trade Mark Attorney or solicitor with trade marks experience to join our market leading Charity and Social Enterprise team. You will be responsible for providing strategic advice and legal guidance to our clients in relation to trade mark law, working collaboratively across our full service law firm on a more varied, interesting and challenging range of work than a standalone Trade Mark practice may be able to offer.

Our intellectual property and trade marks team focuses on, and understands, both the traditional commercial, and the charity and non-profit marketplace. We help responsible businesses, individuals, charities and non-profits, social enterprises, public sector bodies and all kinds of other organisations across a range of fields: notably, education, healthcare, finance, communications, and the culture and creative sector. We also act for the organising committees of major sporting events and major INGOs.

Our work encompasses trade mark searching and registration, in the UK and worldwide; we help our clients with licensing, and with resolving IP-related disputes of all kinds. Unlike many other law firms, our trade marks team is comprised entirely of specialised Chartered Trade Mark Attorneys; we’ve decades of experience in helping clients most valuable assets: its brand, copyright works, technology (in the forms of patents and designs) and know-how.

As a values-driven firm we show commitment to our clients, our people, the environment and society. We take into account the Climate Emergency and Biodiversity Crisis in developing our business strategy. We want to have a positive impact on our people who are our greatest asset so that they can have a positive impact on others.  Purpose is baked into our partnership deed.

To view the full job description or to make an application please head to: https://www.allhires.com/bateswells/.


If you have any questions about this vacancy or require any reasonable adjustments to be made to the process due to a disability, please email Daisy Mortimer ([email protected])