“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 innovative design. She has a wealth of experience in engineering inventions, from consumer goods, locking systems, and household tools to giant mining excavators. Jennifer is excited to focus her practice on design-led businesses and work with designers and innovators to protect and commercially develop their IP.
“It’s exciting to get a sneak peak into these new designs and innovations and set up people to succeed,” 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 give them a commercial edge.
- 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)