CITMA Paralegal Course results

CITMA Paralegal Course results

25 August 2017

We are delighted to announce the 89 candidates who have successfully passed the 2017 CITMA Paralegal Course following July’s exam. 

All those who passed are now eligible to become a CITMA Paralegal member following the launch of our new membership category earlier this year

The new category is a commitment we are making to further support and develop the work of trade mark paralegals, administrators and formalities staff. From 2019 CITMA Paralegal membership will include a continuing professional development (CPD) element to enhance development and maintain standards within the profession.

The successful candidates will receive their certificates at a ceremony in Canary Wharf in September.  

CITMA President Kate O’Rourke said: “Congratulations to everyone who passed. I look forward to presenting you all with your certificates in September.

“It has been an important year for us, and I am pleased we have been able to introduce CITMA Paralegal membership. I am proud that CITMA is doing more to develop and recognise this vital role.”

Beck Greener’s Nicola Casey received the top mark of 97 out of 100 on this year’s course and will be presented with a special prize at the CITMA Christmas Lunch on 8th December courtesy of CompuMark, sponsor of the top mark award.  

The 2018 CITMA Paralegal Course is not yet open for registration - however please email Marzia@citma.org.uk to register your interest.

The pass list:

Jaymes Anderson-Glew Muckle LLP
Chloe Armstrong Venner Shipley LLP
Oliver Audoire CPA Global
Rosanna Berrows The IP Asset Partnership Limited
Faye Bingham EIP
Wendy Brooks Potter Clarkson LLP
Rachael Cann  
Lindsey Carter CPA Global
Nicola Casey Beck Greener
Haylee Cawdell The Body Shop 
Damien Chin Trade Mark Consultants Co
Jiyeon Choi  
Rachel Clark UCL Business PLC
Karina Clarke Ashurst
Jane Curtis Stevens Hewlett & Perkins
Emma Day Mills & Reeve LLP
Teresa Disley Marks & Clerk LLP
Benjawan Ebnoether-Worasuk Sky International AG
Nneoma Egemonye  
Laura Evans Eversheds LLP
Saima Faradoon Marks & Clerk LLP
Susan Faulconbridge Potter Clarkson LLP
Franklin Harrison Central Exchange
Daniel Hawkins Bird & Bird
Deborah Hayman Withers & Rogers 
Derek Healy Hanna Moore + Curley
Gemma Hennessey-Lowe D Young & Co
Andrea Hewitt Harrison IP 
Joanna Higgs Urquhart Dykes & Lord LLP
Kate Houten HGF Limited
Rahema Hussain BRANDED!
Kelly Hutchings Withers & Rogers LLP
Neelam Idris Brand Protect Limited
Francis Inametti Beck Greener
Cheryl Jennings HGF Limited
Anthony Judd Greaves Brewster LLP
Lisa Keeling Premier Foods
Katrina Kingston JA Kemp
Merli Koorm Marks & Clerk (Luxembourg) LLP
Wioleta Krzywicka Bond Dickinson LLP
Amy Mingjing Kupce Ruixi Business International Ltd
Thomas Langham Burges Salmon LLP
Colette Legg Forresters
Agnieszka Litman  
Lauren Machell Dummett Copp LLP
Nadia (Sharzia) Masih Novagraaf UK
Helena McBennett Forde Campbell LLC
Rebecca McBride  
Tegan Miller-McCormack Bird & Bird LLP
Isobel Moger Withers & Rogers
Abigail More  
Luis Murphy Boult Wade Tennant
Gail Nicol Murgitroyd
Sylvie Nicolet Mondelez International Inc
Dominique Octave  
Rachel O'Shea Boult Wade Tennant
Ciaran O'Sullivan Tottenham Hotspur Ltd
James Parkin Dehns Patent and Trade Mark Attorneys
Charlotte Parr Chanel Limited
Temenuzhka Petrakova  
Emilia Petrossian Baker Botts (UK) LLP
Hannah Phillips Stevens Hewlett & Perkins
Karen Pollock Ancient Hume Limited
Sobia Ramzan Potter Clarkson LLP
Neil Robinson Spoor & Fisher
Elizabeth Ross Withers & Rogers LLP
Partel-Erik Rouk Marks & Clerk LLP
Amira Sawan Chanel SARL
Nicola Schwartz Harbottle & Lewis LLP
Jennifer Schwela Victrex Manufacturing Limited
Nicola Shambler Turnbull Lynch IP
Katy Sheppard Kilburn & Strode 
Nida Siddiqui  
Claire Skingley Xaar plc
Evelina Skrudyte Appleyard Lees
Rebecca Spence Greaves Brewster LLP
Sarah Stokes Spoor & Fisher
Oliver Sweet Elkington and Fife LLP
Katarzyna Szawlis Mathys & Squire LLP
Christopher Tierney Venner Shipley LLP
Richard Turner Leathes Prior Solicitors
David Urmston CompuMark
Yana Usherenko-Fialkova Trade Mark Consultants Co
Arjen van Baren  
Charlotte Webb Boult Wade Tennant
Jessica Whitfield Ashurst
Laura Witherington Harrison IP 
Lisa Worthington Wilson Gunn
Alice Wright Jacobs Douwe Egberts

 

All those who passed are now eligible to become a CITMA Paralegal member following the launch of our new membership category earlier this year.

 

The new category is a commitment we are making to further support and develop the work of trade mark paralegals, administrators and formalities staff. From 2019 CITMA Paralegal membership will include a continuing professional development (CPD) element to enhance development and maintain standards within the profession.

 

The successful candidates will receive their certificates at a ceremony in Canary Wharf in September. 

 

CITMA President Kate O’Rourke said: “Congratulations to everyone who passed. I look forward to presenting you all with your certificates in September.

 

“It has been an important year for us, and I am pleased we have been able to introduce CITMA Paralegal membership. I am proud that CITMA is doing more to develop and recognise this vital role.”

 

Beck Greener’s Nicola Casey received the top mark of 97 out of 100 on this year’s course and will be presented with a special prize at the CITMA Christmas Lunch on 8th December courtesy of CompuMark, sponsor of the top mark award. 

 

The 2018 CITMA Paralegal Course is not yet open for registration - however please email Marzia@citma.org.uk to register your interest.
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