Liam Peters

Read about Liam's journey to becoming a Qualified Trade Mark Attorney at Wynne-Jones IP.

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I initially joined as an IP Administrator ...

I studied law at University, graduating in 2013, and joining Wynne-Jones IP shortly after. I initially joined as an IP Administrator, before progressing into a number of different roles within the firm, including Trade Mark PA, Formalities Paralegal and Trade Mark Paralegal. During this time, Wynne-Jones enrolled me on the Patent Administrators’ Course and the Trade Mark Administrators’ Course. The training I have received at Wynne-Jones was a contributing factor to my high results in both of these courses, but particularly so in helping me obtain the highest mark in the country for the Trade Mark Administrators’ Course (97%). This route of progression has ensured that I have experience across all aspects of Intellectual Property, and has also given me an opportunity to train to be a Trade Mark Attorney.


Now I am a Qualified Trade Mark Attorney

I am now a Qualified Trade Mark Attorney, having completed the first stage of my training in 2018 – the Postgraduate Certificate in Trade Mark Law and Practice at the Queen Mary University of London. In 2019 I successfully finished studying the Professional Certificate in Trade Mark Practice at Nottingham Trent University, upon completion I qualified as a Trade Mark Attorney.

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