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Marks & Clerk is recognised as one of the world’s leading specialists in intellectual property. A global network with over 800 people worldwide, we advise clients in a full range of sectors in all aspects of intellectual property.

Our close-knit community of colleagues is really important to us. We understand that there is much more to working life than just performing your job role. As a firm, we support participation in charity events, encourage social activities and actively contribute to initiatives across the IP industry.

We recruit from most STEM disciplines.

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We're one of the world’s leading specialists in intellectual property.
Our services include patents, trade marks, designs and copyright.
Expertise ranges from computer science, electronics and engineering to life sciences, food and drink, and fast moving consumable goods.
Global network with over 800 people worldwide.

David Robinson

Partner, Software and Electronics Lead

"One of the best parts of my job is that I get to see and learn about an incredibly wide range of technology."

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Richard Gibbs

Patent Attorney and Office Managing Partner (UK)

"As a Partner at Marks & Clerk I am also responsible for a team of people, and I must work with the other Partners of the Firm to ensure a constant flow of work into the business."

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Marks & Clerk joins the Law Firm Diversity and Inclusion Network in...

Marks & Clerk has joined the Law Firm Diversity and Inclusion Network in Canada!

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Marks & Clerk referred to as "the greatest firm of its kind in the...

In 1911 the British press referred to Marks & Clerk as “the greatest firm of its kind in the world”. The firm, which was founded in Birmingham in 1887 by George Marks, a colleague of Thomas Edison and renowned engineer, was joined a year later by Dugald Clerk, inventor of the two-stroke gas...

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