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Maucher Jenkins partner attends seminar on career development at the school of Transnational Law at Peking University

Date: 9 December 2020

On 5 December 2020 Maucher Jenkins partner Handong Ran, invited by the Career Office of the School of Transnational Law at Peking University, visited the campus in Shenzhen and shared with students the career path of an IP lawyer.

 

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During the seminar, Mr. Ran talked about his own experience as a Chartered Patent Attorney and European Patent Attorney, and analysed the differences between the legal career paths in China and Europe.
First, Mr. Ran gave valuable advice to the students of the School of Translational Law on ways to improve their legal proficiency, for example;

 

  • planning their legal careers as early as possible,
  • persevering in the early and difficult stages of a legal career,
  • tips on improving expertise and competence,
  • to keep on learning and become high-level legal talents capable of handling complex cross-border legal issues.

 

Furthermore, Mr. Ran also shed light on how to acquire transferable skills in the workplace, for instance;

 

  • improving self-discipline and time- management skills,
  • being a team player,
  • honing communication skills,
  • developing business acumen so that the legal solutions to the clients could serve their core commercial interests,
  • and winning the trust from clients.


The participants were all active in raising questions and engaging in discussions, creating a lively atmosphere for the visit.


Since entering China in 2012, Maucher Jenkins has been in regular contact with law schools at renowned Chinese Colleges and Universities. It is our honour to contribute to the training of trans-border legal talents in China.

 

Maucher Jenkins is willing and able to assist Chinese companies with all European patent law queries and European companies with Chinese law queries. Please get in touch with our team: Contact Us

 

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