Stephanie Wickenden


Year of Call: 2014

She is very calm and collected, and has a good sense of commerciality.” “She brings a lot of good ideas to the table and brings a good dynamic to any litigation.”

Chambers and Partners

Practice Overview

Stephanie specialises in Intellectual Property, Media and Art law and is developing a chancery and commercial practice. A significant proportion of her practice involves an international element and she has experience acting in cases with disputed jurisdiction.

Despite her recent call she is currently instructed in some of the largest and most high profile Intellectual Property cases currently before the UK courts. She has appeared before the CJEU (General Court), Court of Appeal, High Court and IPEC as well as in registry proceedings before the UK IPO and EUIPO. She enjoys working as part of a team and is also experienced and confident acting as sole counsel. She is regularly instructed to appear as sole counsel in applications and smaller matters in the High Court and IPEC, and is also instructed as sole counsel in the Court of Appeal.

 

News & Events

  • News

    Chambers UK Bar 2021 Rankings - “They are excellent without exception”

    Serle Court is delighted to announce that chambers has been ranked in 11 practice areas in this year's Chambers UK... Read More

    News

    Stephanie Wickenden mentioned in The Times in relation to Glencairn IP Holdings Ltd

    Stephanie Wickenden is mentioned in today’s The Times law reports in relation to Court of Appeal precedent Glencairn... Read More

  • Events

    CITMA Autumn Conference

    Location: Online Read More

    Events

    InnovationRCA Webinar: Intellectual Property in the Arts

    Location: Live-streamed via Zoom Read More

Education

University of Oxford, Postgraduate Diploma: Intellectual Property Law and Practice 

City Law School, City Univeristy, Postgraduate Diploma: Bar Professional Training Course 

University of Cambridge, Wolfson College: BA Law 

Courtauld Insitute of Art, University of London: BA History of Art 

Prizes

The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, Prize for Outstanding BPTC result       

City Law School, Everard Ver Heyden Prize (for one of the highest results in the year) 

City Law School, Excellence Award Scholarship (one of 6 fee scholarships across c.400 students) 

Bar Council Law Reform Essay Competition, Prize for Highly Commended essay

The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, Exhibition Award (for BPTC)

University of Oxford, International Intellectual Property Moot, Prize for best written submissions 

The Honourable Society of the Inner Temple, Exhibition Award (for two year BA in Law)

Courtauld Institute of Art, Highest first class result (various modules)

News & Events

  • News

    Chambers UK Bar 2021 Rankings - “They are excellent without exception”

    Serle Court is delighted to announce that chambers has been ranked in 11 practice areas in this year's Chambers UK... Read More

    News

    Stephanie Wickenden mentioned in The Times in relation to Glencairn IP Holdings Ltd

    Stephanie Wickenden is mentioned in today’s The Times law reports in relation to Court of Appeal precedent Glencairn... Read More

  • Events

    CITMA Autumn Conference

    Location: Online Read More

    Events

    InnovationRCA Webinar: Intellectual Property in the Arts

    Location: Live-streamed via Zoom Read More