We would like to hear from you, whether you are a newly qualified lawyer or have a few years work experience. The most important thing for us is that you are interested in one or more of our subject areas, are concerned with good relationships and want to create value for our clients. It also does not hurt if you can show good results, either from a study or job context.
As an associate or employed lawyer with us, you get varied work tasks, close professional follow-up and the opportunity to grow. You will be able to specialize in areas of law where we have access to the most exciting cases. Our lawyers go to court regularly, and most people therefore have a good opportunity to prosecute cases. In addition to assisting our clients, you get training in writing articles and giving lectures – if you want!
We focus on both subjects and a good social environment. Among other things, we arrange internal lunch seminars, where the topic is law, industry, technology or practical tips about the role of the lawyer. We also hold manuductions and workshops for students and professional seminars for clients. Many of us like to spend time together after work, and you are invited to social events all year round.
We believe that varied and complex expertise gives the best results for our clients. Several of our lawyers have experience from other law firms, public bodies and various industries, such as the Ministry of Culture, the Norwegian Patent Office, the TV and film industry, the Data Inspectorate, the IT industry, the Ministry of Local Government and Modernization, the Planning and Building Agency and the Tax Agency. On the CV of some of us, you will also find experience as a musician, journalist and general manager at one of Norway’s best concert stages. And if you can play an instrument, there is a good chance that you will play at the Christmas table with our own band – the Bings!
Curious about what we can offer you? Contact us, then! Applications for a position as an associate / lawyer are sent to firstname.lastname@example.org