Working with us
Your career is as important to us as it is to you. Therefore, we make sure that you have every opportunity to develop, both personally and professionally.
We continuously look to recruit great talents throughout the year, and we always welcome applications from interested candidates. As part of our educational programme, you will circulate through our different practice groups during your first three years. This way, you build a solid platform of general commercial law experience and an insight into all of the firm’s practice areas. Gradually, your responsibilities and your level of specialisation will increase.
While writing your thesis at our firm, you receive guidance from our lawyers with relevant expertise. At the same time, you are given the opportunity to get an insight into business law by participating in ongoing matters and projects.
The firm’s administrative services, such as office management, conference hosting, IT and finance, are geared to deliver smooth and timely support to our clients and lawyers in a fast-paced work environment.
We offer law students who have completed their sixth semester of a Swedish LLM program a position as trainee associate within the firm. The position entails working as a junior colleague within our team 1-3 days per week with a flexible schedule to fit your law school schedule. Your assignments will vary over time and will give you a good insight into what it is like to work at a leading law firm.
Every year, we offer a number of students the opportunity to work at our firm through our summer trainee programme. The six-week programme will give you a practical introduction to business law and the role of the business lawyer, as well as an insight into working at a top law firm. Summer trainees are recruited before the end of every year and in order to apply you should at least have started your sixth semester at law school.
We continuously look to recruit new lawyers throughout the year, and we always welcome applications from interested candidates. Applicants should have excellent grades from their legal studies and excellent command of the English language. However, your personal qualities and your interest in business law are equally important.