Amy is involved with drafting and prosecuting patents and assisting in freedom-to-operate cases.  She is part of the Chemistry and Life Sciences group, and her work covers a wide range of technical fields including pharmaceuticals, industrial chemistry, and chemical engineering.  She enjoys working with a variety of clients, whilst working towards becoming a fully qualified European and UK Patent Attorney.

Outside of work, Amy enjoys cross-country running, playing ultimate Frisbee, and cooking with friends.

Amy has particular technical experience working in the fields of:

  • Chemical and biochemical engineering
  • Computational chemistry and molecular modelling
  • Environmental chemistry
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Polymer and process chemistry

Amy has a First Class degree in Natural Sciences, specialising in Chemistry, from Durham University.  She then went on to be awarded the Geoff Hewitt prize in her Master’s degree in Advanced Chemical Engineering from Imperial College London, where she developed a novel computational method to study the solubility of peptides for therapeutic applications.

Amy joined GJE in 2021 after working in procurement at a petrochemicals company.