You are enterprising. You are not afraid to look beyond the borders. You want your own responsibilities. You want a good education.
Norton Rose Fulbright offers you the international Legal Profession and Notarial Law where you encounter high-profile cases and clients in daily practice in a team. With more than 4,000 attorneys and 58 firms, including 11 in the United States, Norton Rose Fulbright ranks in the top 3 largest firms worldwide.
The Amsterdam office is located in the cool, new 2Amsterdam building on the Zuidas. Approximately 140 colleagues work here, including 60 Lawyers, Notaries and Tax Specialists. The teams are relatively small, so you work closely in a team and with other practice groups. We have an impressive transaction practice in which we act for large and international companies. In addition to work-related activities, such as jurisprudence lunches and training sessions, we also organize all kinds of social activities, such as drinks on every Thursday and Friday afternoon in our beautiful ‘Social Heart’ on the top floor, parties, the annual ski trip and other events.
In Amsterdam, as a trainee lawyer, you can get acquainted with the following sections:
- Banking & Finance;
- Corporate M&A;
- Ligitation & Dispute Resolution
- Regulatory, Compliance and Investigations;
- Notarial Services;
The focus of our services is on the core areas we practice worldwide: energy, financial institutions, infrastructure, transport and technology. Norton Rose Fulbright’s international network provides both our clients and our employees with a platform for knowledge and training. At Norton Rose Fulbright, you look beyond the borders.
What does Norton Rose Fulbright offer you?
As a trainee lawyer, you participate in international transactions. You work on complex matters from day one. Collaboration is key at section, office and international level. In addition to vocational training, you will also attend Law Firm School in your first year. Norton Rose Fulbright has developed two courses of its own: the International Academy and the Away Days. During these meetings in London or Paris (or digitally) you will meet your international colleagues. This is the perfect time to exchange information with each other and expand your network. The courses are aimed at your (professional) development.
Who are you?
- You have completed a Master’s degree in Law/you are in the final phase;
- You have a good command of both the Dutch and English language (spoken and written);
- You have affinity with commercial practice;
- You know how to articulate advice clearly and clearly substantiated;
- You have a highly developed analytical ability;
- You want your own responsibilities;
- You are enterprising;
- You are open-minded, eager to learn and independent;
- And you’re a pleasant person to work with.
We want to get to know you.
Apply or ask
questionsApply directly? We would like to receive your CV, motivation letter, grade list(s) and any internship assessment(s). For questions or to schedule a no-obligation (digital) introduction, please contact Kirsten Menger via:
Kirsten: Tel +31 20 46 29 490 | Mob +31 6 89 91 13 68