You will be part of a growing firm, working with lawyers across our European and global network of offices. Both our Milan and Rome offices cover four of our business units – Corporate, Energy & Infrastructure, Finance and Litigation – which include these practices:
We are always looking for opportunities to bring new talent into the firm and welcome applications from graduates and qualified lawyers with educational or professional experience in the practice areas listed above. All applicants are required to have business-level knowledge of English (both spoken and written).
Italian or international law school graduates constitute an important resource for the Italian offices. We are keen to hear from enthusiastic graduates looking to build their legal careers in the firm and be part of an international team. Applicants should have a minimum score of 105 in their five-year university degree course.
In addition to our traineeships, the Italian offices also offer internships to those who are interested in pursuing a career in law and are looking to gain insight into what the work of a lawyer involves in an international law firm.
If you are interested in applying for a traineeship or keen to gain experience through one of our internship opportunities, please contact a member of our dedicated recruitment team.
We are always open to meeting with talented individuals. We continually recruit for both lateral associate and partner-level candidates, with a vision to enhance our talent pool across all practice areas.
As a qualified lawyer, you will be involved in innovative transactions and complex disputes for Italian and world-class clients. We are open to new ideas and approaches, and we believe in developing strong relationships with our clients and across our global network. We offer a structured mentoring program to ensure that you are able to continue your professional development in order to meet your career goals.
If you are interested in finding out about opportunities with us in either our Milan or Rome office, please contact Simona Gali (Milan) or Giovanna Cherubini (Rome) directly for more information.