You will work and progress in an international law firm that delivers outstanding solutions to ambitious businesses. Working as an assistant attorney, you will be part of a team of experienced and skilled colleagues who will help you realise your potential.
The process of becoming a good attorney begins during your time as an assistant attorney. We want to provide you with the best possible basis for your development and future specialisation. You will be part of our rotation scheme, where you will be assigned to two different practice groups during your time as an assistant attorney. The rotation scheme gives you the opportunity to work in different fields and thus find out which area you want to work in
You will also be assigned a mentor, who will act as your guide throughout your training. Your mentor will follow your development, ensuring that you are given challenging tasks and take responsibility during your training as an assistant attorney. It is also your mentor, who will help you settle in both professionally and personally in your new role as an assistant attorney. After 18 months as an assistant attorney, you will be assigned a counsellor instead of your mentor. Your counsellor will help you in the final part of your time as an assistant attorney in order to prepare you for your role as an attorney.
Rikke Vestergaard, assistant attorney, EU and Competition lawRead about Rikke and her experience as an assistant attorney
If you have international aspirations, you have come to the right place. At Gorrissen Federspiel, we send many of our people out into the world every year to improve their skills and return home with new knowledge.
We offer attractive employment conditions, a range of staff benefits and many social activities and events which contribute to a healthy work- life balance.
We mean it when we say that community and collaboration are some of the things that bind us together in a busy workday and help ensure that we can deliver our absolute best.