Sophia advises clients on all aspects of intellectual property law including protection, enforcement and disputes, with a focus on trade marks and copyright.
Her work includes advising on brand protection strategy, portfolio management and infringement, and running contentious proceedings in the UK and European trade mark offices. Sophia's experience covers diverse sectors including technology, telecommunications and media, financial services, consumer and digital healthcare, food and drink, fashion and retail, and automotive.
Sophia holds Arts and Law degrees from the University of NSW, Australia and a Post Graduate Diploma in IP Law and Practice from the University of Oxford.
Sophia qualified in Australia in December 2012. Prior to joining Osborne Clarke in July 2020, she worked at another international law firm in both Sydney and London.
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