"There is always room and time for development and challenges in my work as a student assistant". Read more about Louise's work as a Student Assistant.
As a project law student, you gain insight into a law firm with challenging legal assignments and a strong team spirit. Read more about Jens’ working day.
Philip was employed as project law student in Corporate/M&A in the 3rd semester of law school and subsequently continued working in the group as a law student. Among other things, Philip is making use of the Gorrissen Federspiel travel grant, when he is going to Sydney in the fall to study a semester abroad.
”I learn something new every day and no two days are the same”. As a law student, Yakub was seconded to a client for a few months. It has given him unique insight into the use of law in practice.
Frederikke started her journey in Gorrissen Federspiel as law student prior to starting as an assistant attorney. As assistant attorney Frederikke has, among others, been participating in the international commercial arbitration competition Vis Moot.
"My day-to-day work involves a wide variety of assignments ranging from tax law assistance in M&A transactions and preparing share programmes to litigation involving a tax dispute and day-to-day ad hoc tax advice". Read more about Lisa's work as an assistant attorney in Tax.
Rikke started as a student and afterward became an assistant attorney. Today, she is an attorney in our Corporate/M&A practice group, where she works mainly on Mergers and Acquisitions, which also represent a large part of the work in the practice group.
As a mentor under the mentor programme, Bjørn helps our students and assistant attorneys balance their working and private life - while advising companies on corporate law issues.
It was not on the cards that Chastine should be a litigator. But curiosity about the lawyer profession led her to apply for a position in the Dispute Resolution group when she began as assistant attorney with Gorrissen Federspiel. She has not regretted this decision.
In my department, we are good at giving each other room to concentrate on a task, and I really appreciate this. At the same time, there’s always room for a good laugh, both when we’re in the middle of an important annual report or during the daily lunch.
Confidence and flexibility are key words for Sigrid’s work at the office in Aarhus, where she supports the firm’s partners and lawyers.
The Facility team is the heart of the firm’s infrastructure - even if you don’t think about it every day.
In the magazine below you can read more about life at Gorrisen Federspiel, including the opportunities to go abroad – either through secondment, education or as a volunteer. In addition, you can learn about what is expected of new employees, as well as what opportunities our employees have.