As you will have guessed Margaret Briffa is not doing all this on her own. As a firm with a reputation for innovation and pioneering spirit often working at the cutting edge, Briffa has attracted a hugely talented team – many of whom are recognised leaders in industry sectors they work in.
Our lawyers specialise in :-
Detecting, investigating and preventing others from using your intellectual property unlawfully. We can represent you in getting remedies against infringers in the UK and globally.
Making money from dealing in your inventions, copyright, designs, brands in whatever industry sector you operate in.
Putting in place and building an effective brand strategy both in the UK and internationally.
Securing valuable intellectual property rights to your own creative works or acquiring rights from others.
Effective strategies for your business involve being able to operate internationally. We have built an expert network of like-minded results driven lawyers in more than 40 countries who collaborate with us to support you.
A CAREER WITH BRIFFA
Based in Islington’s Business Design Centre, Briffa is always interested in hearing from dynamic people who wish to join the team and are passionate about Intellectual Property Law. Briffa is a friendly, culturally diverse firm of specialist lawyers. We focus on all aspects of intellectual property law and the legal issues facing businesses that rely on creativity and ingenuity in their products and branding. Established in 1995, we are one of the most experienced and successful intellectual property teams in London. We advise clients in various industries including media, computer games, advertising, fashion, internet, new media and design. We offer fantastic opportunities for bright and dedicated individuals who are successful on application. You may be at the start of a career in law or have already gained valuable experience. However in whatever capacity you are applying to Briffa, you will have the opportunity to mould and shape your own destiny within the field of IP/IT.
INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY SOLICITOR – NEWLY QUALIFIED
to join our expanding team
Want your career to take off? Join Briffa, one of the most experienced and successful intellectual property teams in London. We are growing and looking for new talent.
Briffa works for businesses on all aspects of their intellectual property law and the legal issues facing them. We bring our creativity and enthusiasm to help businesses that rely on their innovation and ingenuity to bring new products to market. We advise a diverse client base on the full range of contentious and non-contentious intellectual property matters. You will work with businesses in media, computer games, advertising, fashion, technology and design and more. We offer fantastic opportunities for commercially aware ambitious individuals. This is a firm which allows you to develop into a fully-fledged intellectual property lawyer with your own style and reputation quickly.
Your experience to date will ideally demonstrate your ability to deal with the management and enforcement of intellectual property rights in a range of sectors.
You will be confident and professional. You will have a pragmatic and entrepreneurial approach to your work. You will be passionate about achieving the best results for the businesses we represent. As a strong team player you will also be very keen to become actively involved in networking and business development of the practice.
If you think you fit the bill please apply by sending a covering letter and copy of your CV to email@example.com. We do not use agencies and so please apply direct to be considered.
Briffa has adopted the Law Society Diversity Policy
Briffa is committed to treating everyone equally, fairly and considerately regardless of age, background, culture, disability, ethnicity, gender, nationality, religion or belief or sexual orientation. We believe Briffa does this and that, for a firm our size, our workforce reasonably reflects the different diversity characteristics. To help us assess this, Briffa regularly asks everyone in its workforce to self-classify themselves against a range of diversity characteristics and collects, analyses and reports the data. However, because of the size of the Briffa’s workforce and the limited numbers in many of the diversity characteristics and even though not everyone has responded and the data has been anonymised, we feel that there is such a risk that individuals might be re-identified from any publication of the data that we have decided not to publish any here.