Slingsby Partners LLP was formed with one key vision: to enable clients to more easily realise their business objectives through the use of IP - and we have brought together a team of outstanding IP professionals to achieve that goal. From start-up to established market leader - and wherever your organisation sits on the technology spectrum - we can help you generate lasting value from your ideas.
Our attorneys have many years' experience of advising diverse businesses on their intellectual property, combining deep technical expertise with commercial awareness. All have technical or scientific backgrounds and qualifications, often having worked in-house for science and engineering companies in the UK and overseas - meaning we speak the same language as our clients. This hands-on industry experience and breadth of knowledge enables us not just to understand the potential in complex ideas and technologies but to offer real-world, practical guidance on the best way of realising their value.
A personalised approach
Our focus is on delivering the right intellectual property strategy for each of our clients - whatever their needs and ambitions may be. We don't just offer dry, reactive legal advice that focuses on box-ticking. Our team takes the time to understand your objectives, offering advice that is tailored to your requirements, and adapting that advice as your business and marketplace evolve.
We pride ourselves on our firm's welcoming culture and supportive working environment, and we are always on the look-out for talented people to join our growing team.
Beyond their technical qualifications, our attorneys bring an intellectual curiosity and an entrepreneurial approach that equips them to advise clients in some of the world’s most technical and fast-changing industries. If you have these qualities, along with a stubborn commitment to doing a great job for your clients, we’d love to talk to you.
Our paralegal team is made up of people who share a fascination with IP and are keen to build their knowledge of patent law and procedures. It’s a collaborative environment, so you’ll need to be a team player, and the highly technical nature of work means that attention to detail, a highly organised approach and good communication skills are also key.