Boult Wade Tennant Patent Attorney, Joanna Peak, has been awarded the Drafting Prize, 2014, by the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys in recognition of achieving the highest mark in Paper P3 of the UK qualifying examinations.
Joanna joined the firm in 2009 as a Biotechnology and Life Sciences trainee. She completed the postgraduate Certificate in Intellectual Property Law in 2010 and was awarded the Bill Caro Prize for best overall examination results by Queen Mary University of London.
Speaking of the result, Claire Baldock Senior Partner and Head of the Biotechnology and Life Sciences Group commented: “I am delighted at the news and tremendously proud to have such a highly talented Attorney as part of the team. Throughout the firm’s long history, we have always had a reputation for the highest standards. Our training programme, focused on the firm’s ethos of providing an outstanding service to our clients, helps to develop Attorneys with the highest level of professionalism.”