Craig Gleghorn loves to know how things work. That’s what led him to be a patent attorney
“I was one of those kids who pull things to pieces to see inside it. From power drills to acoustic systems I’ve always been intrigued by internal mechanisms and processes and being a patent attorney gives me the chance to see how the latest innovations work. I love the mental challenge of translating that into a patent specification.”
I AM: fanatical about detail
Title: Patent and Trade Marks Attorney
Qualifications: Bachelor of Applied Science (Applied Physics), Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law
I have a Bachelor of Applied Science (Applied Physics) from RMIT University. The industrial experience component of my degree was undertaken at the Bureau of Meteorology where I was involved in the assessment of new methods of calibrating solar radiation detectors. I gained extensive experience in examining patent applications and conducting patent searches during five years at the Patent Office in Canberra before I joined Watermark.
My key areas of expertise lie in physics, acoustics, mechanical devices, automotive engineering and patent searching.Email Craig >
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