Kevin Lamberts studied chemistry at RWTH Aachen University and completed his studies in 2012 with his master's thesis in the field of complex chemistry. After a research stay at Tsinghua
University in Beijing, he received his doctorate in Aachen in 2015 at the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry with a thesis on the coordination chemistry of amino acids.
He then worked on the development of feedstuff in industry and found his enthusiasm for IP through his dedicated and successful work on patent topics during that time.
Since the end of 2017, he worked with us as part of his training in intellectual property law and supports the law firm of Michalski Hüttermann & Partner since the beginning of 2021 as
Patent Attorney. In 2022 Kevin Lamberts became a partner of the firm. In the same year he was admitted before the European Patent Office.
Dr. Lamberts is a member of the German Crystallographic Society and the Rotary Club Leverkusen-Opladen. He speaks German and English as well as reasonable Portuguese and French. His hobbies
include dancing, sailing and speedcubing.