Brenna graduated with a first class honours degree in Chemistry from the University of Glasgow, and was awarded the Lorimer Prize for achieving the highest GPA. Following this, she went on to pass the MSc in Management of Intellectual Property and PG Certificate in Intellectual Property Law from Queen Mary University of London with distinction.
Brenna joined Gill Jennings & Every in 2019.
Brenna is working towards full qualifications as a UK and European patent attorney.
Brenna has a first class honours degree in Chemistry from the University of Glasgow. Her project focused on developing novel graphene oxide based nanocomposite materials for hydrogen storage applications. Following graduation, she carried out further research on nanomaterials at the Universidad Nacional del Sur in Argentina as an IAESTE scholar.
She went on to obtain a Masters in Management of Intellectual Property and the PG Certificate in Intellectual Property Law with distinction from Queen Mary University of London.
Brenna also worked for several months in the IP department of a biopharmaceutical company developing chimeric antigen receptor (CAR) T-cell therapies prior to joining the firm.
Outside of the office, Brenna enjoys dancing, painting and travelling.