Sam Carter > Chambers of Nicholas Caddick QC > London, England > Lawyer Profile
Chambers of Nicholas Caddick QC Offices
5 NEW SQUARE, LINCOLN'S INN
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Sam is a barrister practising in all areas of intellectual property law, and has experience in cases concerning patents, copyright, design rights, trade marks, passing off, confidential information and competition law. He has appeared in the High Court, IPEC, UK IPO, and before the Appointed Person.
Sam was a scholar of Harris Manchester College, Oxford, where he achieved a double 1st in Law. Before studying law, he gained joint honours in Physics and Philosophy at the University of Bristol.
Following completion of the BPTC, Sam worked as a legal assistant at a leading intellectual property law firm, performing legal, technical and commercial research tasks, predominantly for the purposes of patent litigation.
He commenced pupillage at Hogarth Chambers in September 2015 and accepted an offer of tenancy in September 2016. Since accepting tenancy, he has gained valuable experience on secondment to a leading intellectual property law firm assisting in a patent case relating to automatic lawn mowers, amongst other matters.
Sam is a contributor to the CIPA Guide to the Patents Act, 8th ed.
Sam can also accept public access instructions.
IP Bar Association; Chancery Bar Association; IPSoc (the society for junior IP practitioners)
BA Law, University of Oxford, 2013; BSc Physics and Philosophy, University of Bristol, 2010;
BPTC, City Law School, 2014
Sam enjoys theatre and live music, and is in the process of founding a recording studio and record label.