13 May 2024NewsDiversitySarah Speight

‘I changed my accent to fit in’: Why the president of CIPA wants to shout about social mobility

Yorkshire-born Matt Dixon of the UK’s Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys firmly believes that to become a patent attorney, it shouldn't matter where you come from, discovers Sarah Speight.

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