AdamsonJones has recently expanded its team with the addition of two trainee patent attorneys, Freya Hine and Ben Jones, and Marketing Manager, Rachel Biggin, pictured above with MD Steve Jones.
Freya, originally from Reading, graduated with a 1st class Masters degree in Chemistry from the University of Nottingham and was awarded the BP Prize for the best performance in the final year of the degree scheme. Freya subsequently completed a PhD in Bioinorganic Chemistry at the same institution and was awarded the Turner Prize for the most outstanding inorganic chemistry thesis of her year. Following completion of her studies, Freya worked as a Business Science Fellow at the University of Nottingham, before joining AdamsonJones in October 2012.
Ben graduated from the University of Durham with a Masters degree in Natural Sciences (Physics and Mathematics) and joined AdamsonJones as a Patent Assistant in October 2012. Having recently moved to Nottingham, Ben is now also a fully-fledged member of the Nottingham Moderns rugby team. Both Ben and Freya are training for qualification as patent attorneys and assist with all aspects of patent drafting and prosecution.
Rachel joins the company with over 13 years business-to-business marketing experience across a range of sectors, including manufacturing, the promotional merchandise industry and the legal sector. Prior to starting her role atAdamsonJones, Rachel was Marketing Manager for another firm of patent and trade mark attorneys in Sheffield, where she lives with her husband and two children.
Steve Jones, Managing Director and Principal Patent Attorney at AdamsonJones said “I am delighted to welcome Freya, Ben and Rachel to the team. It is an exciting time for the company as we continue to work with a growing number of diverse businesses, as well as looking to generate new opportunities to engage with prospective clients.”
10 December 2012