Are you a student, interested in our subject areas and want to work or write with us? Then we would like you to send us an application! As a student, you can apply for extra work in administration, internships and writing space. Some of our employees today have actually taken advantage of several of the opportunities during their studies.

Extra job in the administration, for you in the 1st or 2nd year of study:
We usually have 2-3 law students who work in an administrative position with us. The tasks involve e.g. to receive inquiries, practical tasks related to client meetings and to help our other employees with small and large tasks. As an employee with us, you can of course participate in all social events and can sign up for professional events if it fits with your schedule. Most people work 2-4 times a week, and a little extra if it suits them.

Application deadline: We are happy to accept applications from you who are studying in the 1st or 2nd year of study. Application, incl. CV and transcripts, send to

Internship, for you in the 4th or 5th year of study:
We are always interested in getting in touch with good candidates! As an intern with us, you will have a tailor-made stay based on your areas of interest. You will be able to work with varied cases and we try to get everyone to either participate in a larger case, participate in court and / or client meetings. In addition, you will be invited to professional and social events. You will also have two sponsors who follow you up and give you feedback after the internship is over. An internship with Bing Hodneland usually lasts for 4 weeks. We are currently evaluating trainees for a stay with us. Application deadline: We are happy to accept applications from you who are studying in the 3rd year of study and up. Application, incl. CV and transcripts, send to

Writing space, for you who are writing a master’s thesis:
Each semester, we offer writing space to at least one student who is writing a master’s thesis within one of our subject areas. Writing space with us includes office space, free lunch in the canteen, participation in our academic and social activities, academic guidance (in addition to guidance from the faculty) and the opportunity for internships if you wish. In addition, you get your own Mac or laptop, so you can also work from home. Application deadline: 15 April for the autumn semester and 15 October for the spring semester. Application, incl. CV and transcripts, send to

Information about our tutorials and workshops
Every semester, we arrange manuductions in various electives. Our lawyers lecture in subjects in which we have specialist expertise, and are happy to illustrate the legal issues with practical examples from cases we have worked on ourselves. This is how you get a good rehearsal, and maybe some new perspectives, before the exam.

We also hold workshops for students who will write a master’s thesis, where the topic is the choice of subject, how to find current issues and how the master’s thesis can affect further careers. Several of our lawyers supervise and censor master’s theses, and the workshops are based on their experiences. This is a unique opportunity for you who want inspiration and practical advice before you make important choices for your master’s thesis.

Manuductions and workshops take place in our premises at Fridtjof Nansen’s Square 4, right by the City Hall in Oslo, and often end with serving food and drink.