Lorna is a consultant at Osborne Clarke. Her work includes litigation in the English courts, oppositions and appeals at the European Patent Office and the management of parallel actions across Europe and beyond, as well as IP diligence reviews, opinions, international portfolio management and patent licensing.
Lorna has worked with leading companies in semiconductors, mobile telephony, computer architecture, DNA microarrays, multi-phase fluid dynamics, catalyst chemistry, monoclonal antibodies, fuel cells and nanomaterials.
Lorna has been active both as a teacher and author in the intellectual property field, including lecturing and tutoring for a number of years on the University of Oxford’s acclaimed Post-graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law. Her book Nanotechnology Law: Best Practices was published in 2012, and the second edition of her Intellectual Property Handbook was published in 2013.