Camilla Kiørboe

Camilla Kiørboe

Partner - Patent Attorney

Working across our Copenhagen and Aarhus offices, Camilla is a certified Danish Patent Agent and European Patent Attorney.

She has over 10 years’ experience advising and representing Danish and European clients on matters relating to intellectual property rights, such as patentability evaluations, drafting and prosecution of patent applications, freedom-to-operate analysis, oppositions, appeals and litigation work.  
As an experienced practitioner, Camilla is known by her clients for combining strong technical capability with an understanding of their commercial objectives. She is particularly adept at helping clients leverage their intellectual property rights to drive growth and manage risk. 
Camilla is actively engaged in the wider business community and regularly teaches intellectual property rights to clients, membership organisations in the agro and food industry, and previously at the faculty of science at the University of Copenhagen. In 2020, she was appointed expert judge by Borgarting Court of Appeal and served as an expert judge in a patent case that year.

Camilla joined Potter Clarkson in October 2019.



Food and feed technology, molecular biology, microbiology, aquaculture and agriculture


Camilla obtained a BSc in agriculture and an MSci in biotechnology - biology from the Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University of Denmark (now University of Copenhagen).


BSc, MSci, European Patent Attorney, Certified Danish Patent Agent (CDPA)


She is a member of the Association of Danish Intellectual Property Attorneys (ADIPA), the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office (EPI), the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI) and the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI).


In her free time, Camilla enjoys outdoor activities including running, open-water swimming, road biking, hunting, fishing, kayaking, stand-up paddle boarding and hiking.


English, Danish