Trusted. Experienced. Independent.

IIP is a multidisciplinary team of intellectual property attorneys, lawyers and advisors. We focus on your industry, your business, and your intangible assets.

About Us


We’ve been working in IP for clients at the forefront of their industries for decades.


We put clients first – we don’t do IP just for IP’s sake.

One step ahead.

With us, you don’t need to ask ‘what’s next’, we’ll guide you.

Commercially focused.

We know IP and we tailor solutions to fit your objectives.


Not too big. Not too small.

Ahead of the curve.

Our modern operations allow us to focus on you.

Our diverse team of intellectual property attorneys, lawyers, and advisors boasts extensive experience in Intellectual Property. Many have worked at principal and directorial levels within top-tier Australian and New Zealand firms, amassing years of invaluable experience, knowledge, and a proven record of client success.

Chairman | Non-Executive

Principal | Patent & Trade Marks Attorney
Principal | Integrated IP Law
Principal | Patent Attorney
Special Counsel | Patent Attorney
Principal | Patent Attorney
Principal | Patent Attorney
Principal | Patent & Trade Marks Attorney
Principal,  Managing Director | IP Advisory
Special Counsel | Patent Attorney
Senior Associate | IP Advisory
Of Counsel | IP Advisory
Lawyer | IP Advisory
Practice Manager | Patents & Trade Marks
Practice Assistant | Patents & Trade Marks

Latest News & Insights

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