Denise Mirandah relocated from Singapore to England at the age of 16. She attended Sixth Form at Perse School in Cambridge. She has always had a keen interest in sciences – she chose to study Chemistry, Physics, Maths and Further Maths. This strong scientific background enables her to think logically in solving complex legal issues. Her brilliant A-level results enabled her to gain admission to Cambridge University (Sidney Sussex College).

At Cambridge University, she underwent rigorous academic legal training with the world’s most eminent legal minds; amongst them Professor Bill Cornish, one of the world’s leading authorities on Intellectual Property law. She chose legal subjects with a commercial focus, including Company, Banking, Intellectual Property Law (IP), Tax and European Union law and graduated with a BA (Hons) Law (Cantab).

During one of her summer holidays she attended Harvard University to hone her drafting skills through attending classes in Legal Writing. She used this opportunity to familiarize herself with the American Legal System. She also immersed herself in Harvard’s Pro Bono program in the Boston area and enjoyed the human factor in public interest work.

After graduating from Cambridge University, Denise moved to London to gain vocational experience through the Legal Practice Course at the renowned BPP Law School. Denise has worked at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, one of London’s Magic Circle law firms. She also worked on litigation matters in the English courts alongside experienced Intellectual Property barristers in Lincoln’s Inn.

Denise contributes regularly as a writer to Managing Intellectual Property (MIP), and has gained experience as Editorial Assistant at the Singapore Law Review. Her professional affiliation includes memberships in the following, AIPLA, ECTA, INTA, IPIC, IPO and GALA.

On the personal front, Denise is working with World Vision on a Child Sponsorship Programme covering under-privileged children in Asia and Africa.

In addition to English, Denise speaks Mandarin.