Beatrice Sze is a licensed engineer and litigator in Ontario. She earned her P.Eng. in Canada’s nuclear services sector where she held a level 2 national security clearance and designed, implemented and oversaw repair work to CANDU reactors while interfacing with the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission. She has also been the first inventor of numerous patent applications, and has won awards for leadership and technical design.
After receiving her P.Eng., Beatrice earned a Juris Doctorate from Osgoode Hall Law School, with a focus on Intellectual Property Law (including brand protection through trademarks). Upon being called to the Ontario bar Beatrice founded her own law firm and spent six years in Toronto’s legal and tech sectors. In this time Beatrice practiced intellectual property law, general civil litigation, administrative law and privacy advisement. Beatrice has appeared before various levels of provincial and federal courts as well as administrative tribunals. She has won awards for leadership and legal analysis.
Beatrice currently works in the public sector both as a Senior Policy Analyst and Patent Examiner. She serves on this board in a pro bono capacity as a civilian.
Beatrice advises our Investigation & Intelligence Divisions on Intellectual Property matters and niche-specific litigation support.