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Partner providing practical advice on regulatory issues in emerging life sciences; especially, genomic, cellular & regenerative technologies, medical apps, medical devices, medicinal products, research and policy development.
Former BBC science producer. Qualified, Wragge & Co (1998). Pharmaceutical patent litigator, Blake Dawson Waldron (from 2001). Senior solicitor, life sciences, Mills & Reeve (from 2004). Senior associate, life sciences, Field Fisher Waterhouse (from 2009). Counsel, Lawford Davies Denoon – later Denoon Legal – (from 2012). Partner, Marriott Harrison (from 2017). Supplementary roles: (past) – Director, East England Stem Cell Network; Associate, PHG Foundation; and Member, Emerging Science & Bioethics Advisory Committee (ESBAC); – (current) Honorary Lecturer, Department of Bioengineering, University College London; and Trustee, Science Media Centre.
Member: Law Society; Synthetic Biology Leadership Council (governance subcommittee); and Nuffield Council on Bioethics Working Party on human genome editing. Associate: Innogen Centre.
University of Birmingham, (1979 MB;ChB. – incomplete), University of Wolverhampton (1995 LLB Hons 2(1)), De Montfort University (1996 LPC), University of Bristol (2000 Diploma in IP law & Practice).