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Emma Graham

Partner, European Patent Attorney


Emma Graham
Emma Graham

Emma handles patent work in the engineering and electronics, computing & physics teams with experience in the telecommunications, consumer products, electronics & electrical engineering, nanotech, computer software, Medtech and semiconductor industry sectors. She is also an authorised Representative before EUIPO and handles a variety of design work. She is the author of a chapter on Unregistered Community Designs in the Community Design Handbook.

Her technical experience encompasses:

  • photonics
  • computer hardware/software
  • medical devices including retinal implants, stents, catheters, laryngoscopes & cryogenic storage
  • network systems & cellular communications
  • semiconductor and optical devices

Emma is recognised in the 2017 edition of The Legal 500. A client describes her as ‘good on the details‘. Emma has also been named a ‘rising star to watch‘ by Managing Intellectual Property: IP Stars 2017.

Emma has a MSci degree from the University of Birmingham and a PhD from the Nanoscale Physics Research Laboratory, University of Birmingham on the use of femtosecond and attosecond duration laser pulses to measure electron dynamics at surfaces in real-time. Her PhD included a period spent working as a research assistant in the Quantum Optics and Laser Science group at Imperial College London as part of the UK Attosecond project.

Emma joined Mewburn Ellis LLP in 2009, qualifying as a Chartered Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney in 2013.  She  joined the partnership in 2017.

t: +44 (0)20 7776 5300
e: emma.graham@mewburn.com
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