Hannah is a European and UK patent attorney based in our Oxford office. She handles patent applications across a wide range of chemical technologies including solar cells, cosmetics, dental products, pharmaceuticals and industrial waste gas processing.
Hannah has particular expertise in drafting and filing new patent applications and prosecuting families of applications across multiple jurisdictions. A significant part of Hannah’s work originates from technology transfer organisations and she is used to working closely with academics, spin-out companies and licensees. Hannah also has experience prosecuting applications for large multi-national companies. Her hallmark is practical advice tailored to the client’s specific needs and adapted to their level of patent knowledge.
Hannah joined J A Kemp in 2017 as a part-qualified patent attorney, having previously worked at another private practice firm in London. Prior to that, Hannah received a DPhil following a cross-disciplinary investigation into the action of inorganic nanoparticles on the immune system, with a view to their potential uses as vaccine adjuvants.
University of Oxford, Masters degree in Chemistry; University of Oxford, DPhil. in Inorganic Chemistry
European Patent Attorney, UK Chartered Patent Attorney
Member of CIPA and a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry; Member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)