Are you eager to apply your legal knowledge into practice with insolvency law related assignments? We are now looking for a law student with 2–3 years of studies to join our Turku office. We can offer you 3-5 work days per week and we hope you are occasionally available to work full-time, this way you get more out of your traineeship. The traineeship starts in mid-August 2020 (negotiable) and runs for at least eight months, with a possibility to extend.
What can you expect during your traineeship?
- Your role as a Legal Trainee includes various entry-level and more challenging tasks
- You will work on assignments with a focus on assisting the administration in bankruptcy proceedings and corporate restructuring cases
- You will get a change to develop your skills in a team of dedicated and talented professionals
- In addition to building important connections for your future, we also support your professional development through trainings at Krogerus Academy as well as provide you the chance to spend time with your peers at company events
What do we expect from you?
- You have preferably completed at least two to three years of legal studies
- The key to succeeding in this trainee position is a combination of hands-on enthusiasm, flexibility, drive for excellence and solid analytical skills
- We don´t expect you to know everything right away, the most important thing is your motivation and courage to develop yourself as a professional and willingness to meet new challenges as a part of our team
- We appreciate colleagues who actively take responsibility in their own work and want to see their team succeed
- You work fluently both in Finnish and in English
Submit your application, CV and a transcript of records from your studies in English at https://ats.talentadore.com/apply/Legal-Trainee%2C-Insolvency/Dg3bGD by 7 June. Describe in your application what drives you and why you would be the perfect fit to our Insolvency & Restructuring team. Get to know more about us on our website. For more information, please contact Heikki Vesa.