Tammy graduated from Royal Holloway, University of London with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) degree in Zoology, accumulating research experience in the area of applied ecology. She subsequently obtained a Master of Science degree in the Management of Intellectual Property Law from Queen Mary, University of London (QMUL). During her studies, she was chosen to represent QMUL in attending the Transnational IP Programme hosted by the University of Washington CASRIP and Dresden University of Technology which covered a range of topics on patent, trademark and copyright protection, including licence negotiation, and concluded in a moot court. Upon graduation, Tammy worked as a patent executive for a Big Four law firm in Singapore and was responsible for patent prosecution and lodgements in Singapore and overseas for a number of established multinational companies. Tammy also contributed content for articles, specifically on an overview of Patent Law in Singapore, and Co-ownership of Patents and Entitlement, for publication on LexisNexis.
Tammy joined J A Kemp in 2018, and currently advises and assists on transfer of ownership and entitlement of patents in the UK as well as internationally.