Griffith Hack is proud to announce the promotion of five team members, including the elevation of Jennifer Wyndham-Wheeler to principal. These promotions are effective from July 1, 2022.
“I would like to congratulate Jenny, Sarah, Craig, Bryan and Matt on their promotions,” said Griffith Hack’s managing director Aaron LePoidevin. “This recognition is extremely well deserved and reflects the important contribution each of them has made to our firm and to our clients.”
“Additionally, they all exemplify the high-performing, innovative and collegiate culture we have here at Griffith Hack. I wish them all continued success as they deliver positive outcomes for our clients.”
Jennifer’s elevation to principal now means that Griffith Hack has 55% of principals who identify female, further enhancing our position as a leading firm for gender equality.
Find out more about our promoted team members:
Jennifer Wyndham-Wheeler – Principal
Jenny is a patent attorney in our Engineering & ICT team who joined Griffith Hack in 2010 as a Trainee Patent Attorney. Jennifer has technical qualifications in industrial engineering and was recognised as a Rising Star in IP by Managing IP from 2018-2020. See Jenny’s bio here.
Sarah Cox – Senior Associate
Sarah is a patent attorney in our ChemLife team with technical qualifications in biomedical science. See Sarah’s bio here.
Craig Gleghorn – Senior Associate
Craig is a patent attorney in our Engineering & ICT team with a technical background in physics and specific expertise in acoustics. See Craig’s bio here.
Dr Bryan Leaw – Associate
Bryan is a patent attorney in our ChemLife team with technical qualifications in biomedical science and a PhD in Neuroscience. See Bryan’s bio here.
Matthew McTiernan – Associate
Matt is a patent attorney in our Engineering & ICT team with a technical background in mechanical engineering. See Matt’s bio here.