Weronika Raszewska joined Wilson Gunn in 2023 and is currently training to qualify as a Chartered and European Patent Attorney.
Prior to Wilson Gunn, Weronika spent three years working as a Trainee Patent Attorney at another IP firm. Weronika has worked with a wide variety of clients ranging from SMEs to leading multinational technology companies and universities. Weronika specialises in electronic and mechanical patent matters with particular focus on mobile communications systems, communication devices, software and business methods, rail industry, ultrasound sensors, door and window locks, security barriers and Artificial Intelligence.
During university, Weronika completed several summer internships, including a research placement at the International Institute for Nanocomposite Manufacturing at WMG, which focused on developing novel sintering techniques of ceramic materials.
Weronika has assisted clients with filing registered design applications in both UK and Europe.
University of Warwick – M.Phys. (1st Class hons) Physics