Liam Rhodes

Associate, Solicitor

Liam Rhodes

Liam is a solicitor at EIP where he trained having joined the firm having completed the Legal Practice Course with a Masters in Law, Business and Management at the University of Law, which he passed with Distinction.

Liam also achieved a First Class degree in Biochemistry from the University of Birmingham.

Published articles

  • March 2024
    EIP Amar, A caution on the availability of extensions (link)
  • August 2023
    The Patent Lawyer, Spinning out of control? EIP considers TenU’s recommendations for spin-out companies amid the UK Government’s review (link)
  • March 2022
    Newsflash, My journey from student to associate (link)
  • March 2021
    World Trademark Review, Fight fire with fire: Cormeton Fire Protection turns to IPEC in co-branding dispute (link)
  • April 2020
    EIP Newsflash, Fabric textures can be “artistic work”: Response Clothing v Edinburgh Woollen Mill (link)
  • February 2021
    Newsflash, Bringing sufficiency within range: Birss J recasts the Regeneron principles for process claims (link)


  • 2022 — 2023
    Post Graduate Diploma in Intellectual Property Law and Practice, University of Oxford
  • 2018 — 2019
    Legal Practice Course, University of Law
  • 2017 — 2018
    Graduate Diploma in Law, University of Law
  • 2014 — 2017
    BSc. (Hons) Biochemistry, University of Birmingham

Career history

  • 2021 — present
    Associate, EIP
  • 2019 — 2021
    Trainee Solicitor, EIP