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We are delighted to announce that Juliette Boynton has been promoted to Senior Associate, alongside fellow Senior Associate Andrew Clements

Since joining the firm in 2013, Juliette has consistently been a hardworking and welcoming member of the team. She is always willing to assist others and plays a key role in helping to develop the skillset of our team, in both the support and attorney roles.

Juliette was individually recommended in the 2023 IAM1000 for prosecution matters. One client, when discussing working with Juliette, said: “Juliette knows exactly how to respond to an issue raised during a patent examination. She is informative and has an easily appreciated ability to present issues clearly and concisely. Additionally, she knows the relevant laws in depth and can explain them clearly and straightforwardly. She has demonstrated professionalism, responsiveness and consistent client concern.”.

Please join us in congratulating Juliette for this well-deserved promotion. We look forward to more years of her being an integral part of the Schlich team!


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