Miss
Melissa
Buamah

Trainee Trade Mark Attorney

Manchester Office

Trade marks

Telephone. +44 (0)161 247 4900
Email. [email protected]

Experience

Melissa first realised her interest in Brands and Trade Marks after completing Commercial and Intellectual Property work experience. She has continued to develop her knowledge through studying Business on her undergraduate degree and Intellectual Property on her LLMs.

Melissa has an undergraduate degree (BA) in Law and Business (with a qualifying Law Degree) from the University of Warwick, in which she gained a 2:1 and has an LLM in International Commercial Law from the University of Nottingham and an LLM in Legal Practice from BPP University, both of which she passed with a Merit.

Melissa also has a wide range of legal and commercial experience, including assisting with advising clients in trade mark oppositions, drafting trade mark applications and trade mark monitoring.

Qualifications

Trainee


BA

Law and Business (with a qualifying law degree)

LLM

LLM in International Commercial Law from The University of Nottingham

LLM

LLM in Legal Practice from BPP University

Recognition

NA

NA

Publications

International trade mark registrations – change to UKIPO handling procedure

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Trade mark protection for digital health products

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A question of refills but also one of trade marks

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The exhaustion of rights regime and the recent update from the Government

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NA

CSR

Melissa has been involved in volunteering with charitable organisations in her community and is also looking forward to getting involved with my community in my capacity as a Trainee Trade Mark Attorney.

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