Helen Bartlett

Helen Bartlett

Associate - Patent Attorney

An expert in biochemistry, Helen brings a strong academic research background to her client portfolio at Potter Clarkson.

During her studies at the University of Oxford, Helen worked at the Jenner Institute on aspects of the immune response to a new blood-stage malaria candidate vaccine antigen. In addition, she also carried out a summer research project in the biochemistry department at the University of Oxford.

Helen joined Potter Clarkson in October 2017.





Helen attended St Catherine’s College, University of Oxford, and graduated with a first-class master’s degree in molecular and cellular biochemistry.


MBiochem (Oxon), UK and European Patent Attorney

Awards & Recognition

Helen was awarded a St Catherine’s College academic scholarship for her performance in university examinations. She was also awarded the Moss Prize in 2019 for the candidate with the combined highest mark in the UK Patent Law and International Patent Law foundation exams.


Outside the office, Helen enjoys yoga, running and travelling.