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Dispute Resolution | Associate (1-4 years)

Luxembourg, Luxembourg

10. February 2020

Our firm is looking for an Associate with 1 to 4 years experience to join its growing Dispute Resolution and Employment team

Your responsibilities

  • You will advise clients, including analysis and recommendation, on Dispute Resolution and Employment Law matters;
  • You will be responsible for managing matters including client communications, related deadlines and coordinating with external service provider, opposite counsels and judicial or administrative authorities;
  • Your work will include drafting various legal documents, such as pleadings, proceedings, memorandums based on your research, legal opinions or contracts;
  • You will represent your client in front of court. 

Your profile

  • You have between 1 and 4 years of working experience in Dispute Resolution and/or Employment Law, ideally within a Luxembourg based Law Firm;
  • You have strong presentation skills combined with excellent interpersonal skills and a strong analytical and summarizing skills.
  • Professional, dynamic and open-minded, you enjoy working and interacting within a team;
  • You have a strong sense of responsibility and initiative, combined with good organizational skills;
  • You are fluent in spoken and written English and French (excellent command of German and Luxembourgish is a strong asset);

What we offer

  • the opportunity to join a dynamic local firm part of a top-10 global firm; 
  • the chance to work in a young and dynamic team while having the possibility to be autonomous;
  • a work-life balance;
  • the possibility to attend and/or organize, internal and external training/seminars/conferences;
  • the possibility  to be seconded in another CMS office.

If you wish to join a dynamic law firm, please send us your CV by clicking on the link below or contact us at +352 26 27 53 98. 

Please note that all information will be treated as strictly confidential.

Application deadline: 31. December 2020