Warren is a member of Davies Collison Cave's Mechanical Engineering team where he is involved in preparing, filing and prosecuting patent and registered design applications, formulating patent and registered design infringement and validity opinions, and oppositions in mechanical engineering and related disciplines. In his role at Davies Collison Cave, Warren capitalises on the synergy between his Engineering and Arts backgrounds, particularly when drafting patent specifications.
Prior to joining Davies Collison Cave, Warren completed a research scholarship with a Melbourne-based dynamic imaging laboratory where he specialised in 4D digital holographic microscopy, particle image velocimetry, blood cell deformation and microchannel design and fabrication. Warren then went on to contribute to a startup company founded upon the laboratory's very own bleeding edge innovations and was involved in prototyping diagnostic scanning technology and preparing the company's Investment Memorandum.
In addition to his technical studies, Warren forged his prowess for argument analysis and construction in the fiery depths of his philosophy major, presenting on topics ranging from bioethics and poverty to ecology and international justice.