Nina Jankowska is a patent attorney in Trademark and Industrial Design Department at Patpol.
In her daily routines, she prepares opinions and recommendations for Polish and foreign clients on the most effective ways of protecting their IP rights, especially in the field of trademarks and industrial designs. She is also responsible for taking any necessary actions before the Polish Patent Office or the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in all kinds of matters related to national and international applications and registrations.
She is a graduate of the Warsaw School of Economics and a law student at the Kozminski University. She also completed the Summer Course on the European Intellectual Property Law organized by the European Law Academy (ERA) in Germany, and Cracow IP Law Summer School 2019.
For her master’s thesis titled “Intellectual property management in technologically advanced enterprises based on the example of BASF”, Nina received an award of the Polish Patent Office in the 15th edition of the competition for the best scientific thesis on intellectual property. The award was granted by the Confederation “Lewiatan” (a Polish confederation of private entrepreneurs).
In her free time, Nina is an enthusiast of skiing and indoor climbing.