Who can apply
We typically expect that students in the last year of their undergraduate degree or in the first year of graduate degree shall be able to bear the tasks intended to be assigned to them during the working period of summer months. However we are open to receive applications from students who are doing their full-time research degrees.
When can you apply
We are open to receive applications for the Summer Associate positions from March to April each year. We then will contact you to reach an agreement on the period of your seasonal job with us which lasts no more than three months and no less than two months and typically takes place from May-July inclusive. Only short listed applicants are contacted.
How to apply
If you wish to apply for a position of a Summer Associate, please send us your curriculum vitae and university transcripts to email@example.com with a motivation letter stating your interest with us and the areas of practice you would like to work in.
What you can expect
You will be supported by our experienced lawyers to develop your practical skills and set open you legal talent. You will be given the tasks with the responsibilities and be treated on equal footing with our junior lawyers. The tasks given also assume responsibilities that you will have to bear and experience the time pressure and the seriousness of your assignment. However you will be provided with the support when you need it. Your supervisor shall assist and guide you through the assignment you need to complete. All the lawyers of our team are always ready to give you a hint or help you with any inquiries that you may have.
Reward for your efforts
LEGELATA values your efforts in the first steps of your career. We therefore encourage you not only morally through words of praise and with more responsible tasks, but also materially. We understand that you will be more creative and motivated if your financial needs are met. As a student, this is also an exceptional possibility to save some resources for the forthcoming academic year.