The intern will be asked to carry out a wide variety of tasks:
- legal research;
- drafting memorandums;
- studying and monitoring client files;
- participating in client calls and meetings;
- drafting procedural documents;
- liaising with the courthouses;
- accompanying lawyers to pleadings and cross examinations;
- legal monitoring.
The intern will be trained by experienced and reputed lawyers in a dynamic environment.
The intern is currently studying at the EFB or is a Master 2 student, has an excellent university curriculum in law, and if possible, has completed his education with a dual degree obtained from a reknowned business school and/or a law diploma from an English-speaking country.
The intern has work experience within a law firm, and wishes to work on both litigation and international arbitration cases. He/she is curious, dynamic, autonomous, and meticulous.
An excellent level of French and English, both oral and written, is a must.