Belinda Wadeson
Belinda Wadeson
Principal, WADESON Patent & Trademark Attorneys
Australia

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Biography

Belinda is registered as a patent attorney and as a trade marks attorney in Australia, is registered as a patent attorney in New Zealand, and is the founder of Wadeson. She has a Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) and a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University as well as a Master of Intellectual Property Law. From strategic direction to tactical implementation, Belinda Wadeson delivers a powerful combination of real-world engineering know-how and specialist patent, design and trade mark skills. She is an experienced operator and a highly regarded expert, including as a former Director of the Monash University Commercialisation and Intellectual Property Advisory Committee. Belinda has clients from a range of industries (water, power generation, bulk material handling, construction, media and entertainment) and global jurisdictions. She is renowned for her high quality, practical and relevant advice, as well for knowing what's really important to her clients.

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Latest Questions
  • Jane, Malaysia

    Added Sunday, April 5, 2015 at 10:29 AM

    Can I become a mechanical engineer with degree in engineering physics or applied physics? Or are there any other engineering degrees that allow me to work as a mechanical engineer? What are other options that similar to mechanical engineering? Thanks in advance for any answer or suggestion.
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    Belinda Wadeson, WADESON Patent & Trade Marks Attorneys
    Answered Sunday, April 5, 2015 at 10:29 AM
    Hi Jane
     
    The difficulty with your question is that ‘mechanical engineer’ is such a broad term. It’s a bit like ‘health worker’ – yet a surgeon, a nurse, an ambulance driver, a family doctor, radiologist all do ...
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  • Anees , Bradford asked Belinda Wadeson, WADESON Patent & Trade Marks Attorneys

    Added Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 8:14 AM

    Hi, I am currently applying to employers about voluntary work in mechanical engineering. I have just finished completing a foundation year in engineering and would like to get some relevant experience before I start the degree in September. Is there any help or guidance you can give me when sending out emails or letters to employers.
    Related to Mechanical
    Answers 1
    Belinda Wadeson, WADESON Patent & Trade Marks Attorneys
    Answered Tuesday, April 22, 2014 at 8:14 AM

    Dear Anees,

    Resume books (or the internet) will give you a lot of information and tips on how to write your resume, what to include, that you should try to find out the person’s name etc. E.g. try the classic ‘What Color is your ...

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  • Maria, Organization/City

    Added Friday, May 24, 2013 at 8:56 PM

    Hi, my name is Maria and I am currently a sophomore in college majoring in chemical engineering. I was looking on Google, and I couldn't find the answer to these questions anywhere, so I figured I would ask a real engineer. I am interested in working in the manufacturing section of chemical engineering (drugs, pharmaceuticals, etc.), and I was wondering: how much education should I get to do this? I started college two years early (I'm seventeen now), and so it is not completely inconceivable ...
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    Belinda Wadeson, WADESON Patent & Trade Marks Attorneys
    Answered Friday, May 24, 2013 at 8:56 PM
    Hi Maria,
    
    I'm an Australian patent attorney with a mechanical engineering degree with honors (which I understand may be like a Masters in the US, anyway its 4 years of technical study. I also did 3 years of history and languages).
    I can't answer your ...
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