Stuart Malcolm is a specialist intellectual property lawyer focusing on the UK’s science, technology and innovation sectors and knowledge based and creative economies.
As an experienced and trusted adviser to entrepreneurs, businesses and educational institutions he brings an additional dimension to Shoosmiths’ national IP team. His clients include start-up enterprises, high technology companies, venture capitalists, media and creative enterprises, universities, research institutes and institutions, publishing houses and associated stakeholders.
The focus of Malcolm’s practice ensures that clients benefit from not only legal knowledge but also sector-relevant insights and relationship networks. He is accustomed to working with owner-managers and in house legal teams who pay testimony to his enthusiasm and commitment.
Malcolm is dual qualified as a solicitor in England and Wales and Scotland. He qualified as a solicitor in Scotland in 1999 with Brodies and spent a number of years both in private practice and also as in-house counsel with the University of Oxford technology spin-out Celoxica Ltd.
He was also group legal adviser with Oxford University Press, the world’s largest university press. Malcolm was a founding partner of Stuart Malcolm LLP before joining Shoosmiths as a partner in September 2013.
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