Students & Graduates
Your first job in law has a big impact on the way your career evolves. So why not try a fast-growing firm, working on high-profile cases in interesting parts of the world? Just a thought.
There are several ways of getting to know us. As a law student, you can gain first-hand experience by working for us as a Legal Intern or Legal Trainee and support our lawyers as an active member of the team. Your tasks would include research and handling various legal issues. By actively participating in real cases, you gain a first insight into what our lawyers do all day.
Alternatively, you may prefer to focus on helping our teams of lawyers in an administrative capacity on a part-time basis - either by joining our Messenger Service, which acts as an essential support function or by becoming an Evening Assistant or Evening Receptionist and handling a wide range of organizational responsibilities. These jobs do not require legal studies or legal know-how. Additionally, we offer non-legal summer internships in our business departments. The internships are published between October and January on our job portal.
With our INSIGHT Workshop series we regularly offer high-class workshops to a select group of students and graduates. The case studies are designed to provide a deeper insight into the practice of our lawyers specializing in various areas of law. It is all about strategy formation, case studies and practical experience.
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If you are set for a career in law, then it is never too early to start researching which firm is right for you. Many of our lawyers began by attending an event, workshop or job fair. These are good places to make personal connections and see if the chemistry feels right.