Job watch

June 2013
Lawyer;6/3/2013, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p50
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The article focuses on the demand for attorneys specializing in intellectual property (IP) in Great Britain in 2013. Topics include the increase in IP lawyers in corporate and private practice, the industry focus on patent litigation, and the post-qualified experience (PQE) that most companies look for when hiring IP lawyers.


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