Scott completed his PhD in Physics in 2014, and graduated with a Master’s degree in Physics in 2010, both at the University of Warwick.
He also holds the Certificate in Intellectual Property Law, from Queen Mary, University of London.
Scott joined Gill Jennings & Every in 2014.
Scott works with a range of clients, including multinational corporations, SMEs, start-ups and individual inventors. He has experience in helping his clients identify patentable inventions within their innovations, in order to help them develop a robust IP strategy. Scott has been involved in drafting and prosecuting European, UK and foreign patent applications in a variety of fields, in addition to helping his clients obtain registered design protection.
Scott’s clients cover a range of technical areas, including telecommunication systems, medical devices, software, mechanical devices, and electronics.
Before entering the patent profession Scott obtained a Master’s Degree in Physics and completed a PhD in the field of Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) entitled ‘Development of Solid State NMR on Disordered Systems, from Bioactive Glasses to Mullites’. During his PhD research Scott published over 8 publications in peer reviewed scientific journals.
Scott is working towards full qualification as a UK and European patent attorney.