Chloe Flower


Chloe’s work within the firm’s Chemistry group covers a diverse range of materials-based subject matter, encompassing industrial and consumer chemistry, corrosion protection, sustainable technology and medical devices including molecular diagnostics instruments, disposable fluidic cartridges, implantable materials, and bone fixation devices. She handles prosecution and opposition cases that require a co-ordinated strategic approach and often involve associated disputes. Aside from her prosecution and opposition work, she also has valuable experience drafting patent applications, advising on freedom-to-operate issues and has assisted with UK litigation proceedings.

A large part of Chloe’s work is with clients who have global patent portfolios, such that she has valuable prosecution experience outside of Europe, in particular China, Japan and the US. She is quick to consider commercial goals and tailors creative strategies for her clients according to their needs and requirements.

Chloe graduated from the University of Cambridge, where she was awarded a First Class MSci in Natural Sciences, receiving the Goldsmiths’ Medal for her final exams, and a PhD in biomaterials for use in heart tissue engineering. As such, she is well placed to advise on technical subject matter across the Engineering and Chemistry practice groups including in the fields of metallurgy, carbon-based materials, thin films and ceramics.

Chloe enjoys swimming and competes at National level. She keeps up her musical skills playing flute with a local orchestra.


  • MSci and MA Natural Sciences (University of Cambridge)
  • PhD Biomaterial Science (University of Cambridge)
  • Chartered Patent Attorney
  • European Patent Attorney