George Pidgeon

Trainee Patent Attorney

George graduated with an MChem in Chemistry from the University of Oxford in 2013. His final-year research focused on improving methods of nucleophilic fluorination by modulating the reactivity of fluoride complexes through hydrogen bonding. Prior to entering the profession, George spent four years as a high school science teacher, training via the Teach First scheme in East Yorkshire before becoming Head of Chemistry in a comprehensive school in West London.

George’s work includes the drafting, filing and prosecution of patents in all areas of chemistry. He has particular experience in industrial chemistry, including low Global Warming Potential fluorocarbons, refrigerants, foam-blowing agents, propellants, polymers and solvents.

George joined J A Kemp in 2019 as a part-qualified patent attorney and works in the firm’s London Office.

Services & Specialisms
Location

London

Education

University of Oxford, Masters Degree in Chemistry; Sheffield Hallam University, Teach First PGCE with QTS

Professional Qualifications

Certificate in Intellectual Property Law, Queen Mary University of London

Membership of Professional Bodies

Student Member of the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys (CIPA); Student Member of The Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI)

Contact George

If you wish to talk to George Pidgeon, please send an email directly to gpidgeon@jakemp.com

or call +44 20 3077 8600


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