Office junior to principal at Griffith Hack
Griffith Hack has announced the internal appointment of Rosie Stramandinoli as principal after two decades at the intellectual property law firm.
Stramandinoli began as an office junior in 1989 before she became a registered patent and trade marks attorney in 1999. The promotion coincides with Stramandinoli being names most outstanding examination candidate by The Institute of Patent and Trade Marks Attorneys of Australia.Stramandinoli works as a patent specialist with the firm’s national practice group of life sciences and chemicals in Melbourne.Griffith Hack chairman Tony Ward said on the appointment: “We are particularly proud of this elevation. Rosie joined us straight from school. We spotted her ability and determination and gave her the opportunity to obtain the necessary qualifications to register as a patent attorney. Her dedication and ambition have today been rewarded.”
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