Christopher graduated with a masters degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Bradford and a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Birmingham. After leaving university, he joined a multinational corporation in 1998 as a research scientist in detergent processing. He moved on to the corporate patent department in 2000 where he qualified in 2004. Christopher joined Nash Matthews in 2005 and became a partner in 2009.
Christopher is active in a full range of patent services, particularly in Europe. He acts for a broad range of clients including individuals, SMEs and multinational corporations, over a variety of technical disciplines, including chemical, medical, and mechanical engineering.
- Chemical and process engineering
- Mechanical engineering
- Medical technology
- Chemistry and chemical technology