Professional background

Victor Warner is an English solicitor and a notary public.

After working in the printing and computer industries in the 1980s and 1990s, Victor re-qualified as a solicitor, completing his training with Anderson Law LLP in 1999. In 2004 he obtained an additional qualification as a notary public.

Professional expertise

Victor has several years' experience of advising the firm's clients in various technology sectors, including life sciences, information and communications technology, engineering and the computer industry. His work as a notary focuses on the authentication of documents for use outside England and Wales, including powers of attorney and other documents relating to overseas patent filings, company formation and administration.

Professional activity

Victor is the Secretary of the Richmond Legal Advice Service (based in Richmond, Surrey), which provides free legal advice.


Victor is the lead author of several legal textbooks and loose-leaf works produced by Anderson Law LLP, including 'Technology Transfer: Law, Practice and Precedents'; 'Drafting and Negotiating Commercial Contracts'; 'A-Z Guide to Boilerplate and Commercial Clauses'; and 'Execution of Documents'.

Victor is also a contributor to Volumes 4(3) Boilerplate and Commercial Clauses; 7(2) Commercial Contracts and Other Documents; 12(1)B Contracts for Services; 21(1) Intellectual Property; 32 Research and Development and 39(1) Solicitors of the Encyclopaedia of Forms and Precedents.

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  • Year Qualified



    BSc 1981
    MBA 1988
    Solicitor 1999
    Notary 2004