WHAT WE STAND FOR?
We favour a culture where every individual demonstrates active interest and participation in the client, the team and firm-related matters.
We value performance achieved through genuine cooperation between the members of the team.
We provide our people with a catalytic professional environment conducive to outstanding collective and individual achievement, as well as professional and personal pride.
We build a responsibility-driven environment environment and reward the people who are willing and able to take on responsibilities from an early stage.
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
As a growing firm, we are constantly on the lookout for talented candidates with diverse backgrounds, qualifications and expertise. However, when we hire new colleagues, we aim at more than building a collection of diplomas and resumes. We seek people who can embody and live the values and principles that guide us in our role as service providers to the business world and which define us as a team.
Whether you would like to become an intern for a few months or are looking to begin or advance your career with our firm as a qualified lawyer, you must have, as a minimum:
- A sharp mind,
- Enthusiasm for the legal profession
- A solid academic background
- A high level of English language ability
- A refined sense of humour
If you are aiming for a position higher than entry level or for a specific practice area, you should be able to convince us how your experience matches the particular position and our practice needs, and how you are likely to contribute in that role to the advancement of the practice.
You can apply by sending a message with your resume to this e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.orgOpen positions
We collect and process your personal data for our recruitment process, in order to be able to maintain communication with you and evaluate if you are suitable for the position you apply for.
To say that we have one of the most convenient and simplified selection processes in the legal business is not an overstatement. Do not, however, be misled into thinking that our criteria when hiring lawyers are rudimentary. This is how it works:
You send us your resume and letter of motivation (you cover letter). If together they convince us that you might be a person we are looking for, we will invite you to take a test.
You take a test. There is no curriculum for this test. If you pass the test, we invite you for interview.
You do an interview with at least one partner in the firm. In this interview, we will attempt to validate the results of the test and determine whether you possess the qualities we seek in our future colleagues.
Interview feedback is given to all participants. Where this feedback is positive, it is accompanied by an offer.
Typically, it does not take more than two weeks to complete the entire process, but in the unlikely event that it does, you should not automatically see it as a sign that your application has been rejected. You may inquire about the status of your application at email@example.com
An internship with our firm is the best way to discover if what we are saying in brochures and presentations is for real. It is also the best way for us to become acquainted with each other and for you to learn more about the profession (and not just the copy machine), to acquire knowledge, and to build relationships.
Because this requires time and we want this time to be well-invested on both sides, we do not accept cohorts of interns. We accept only a number of interns for whom we can ensure a positive working and learning experience during the internship.
You can apply for an internship at any time, and we are willing to consider requests for internships even during the academic year.
The summer internship period runs from July to September, and we insist that any internship, whether in the summer or during the academic year, is never shorter than two months. Normally, summer internship places are filled by early May.