“Taking a broad approach to a client’s intellectual property ensures every issue is covered and aligns with their commercial objectives.”
Jennifer is a patent attorney in Griffith Hack’s Engineering practice and is fascinated by how things work.
From innovative magnetic locks on gates to giant mining excavators, Jennifer is excited to work with the creators who develop mechanical devices to protect and commercially develop their IP.
“It’s exciting to be on the forefront of these new inventions,” she says.
Jennifer enjoys working closely with clients and acting as a trusted adviser. She tells clients what they need to know to best protect their IP and ensure their business aims are met.
- Master of Intellectual Property Law - The University of Melbourne
- Bachelor of Law - University of New South Wales
- Bachelor of Applied Science (Industrial Engineering) - University of Toronto, Canada
- Registered Patent Attorney (Australia and New Zealand)
- 2018, 2019 & 2020
Managing Intellectual Property (MIP)