Date de publication : 09/02/2024
Ref. 039-322-70J

PORTUGUESE SPEAKING INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION INTERN - JULY 2024


Présentation de l'entreprise :

Squire Patton Boggs is a global international law firm. With more than 1500 lawyers spanning more than 40 offices across four continents, we have built a truly international high-quality full-service practice to serve our clients.

The Paris office of Squire Patton Boggs advises clients on all areas of business law, including litigation, international arbitration, corporate law, project finance, tax and employment law. We advise a French and international client base, including leading companies, sovereign states and entities, financial institutions.

Our International Dispute Resolution Group in Paris comprises lawyers focusing on international arbitration. As one of the few firms with a truly global outlook and service, we have received extensive recognition in this area.

Our team is ranked in Global Arbitration Review's ranking of the top 30 international arbitration firms in the world.

Site Internet http://www.squirepattonboggs.com

Critères de l'offre

Île-de-France / 75008 - PARIS
Type de contrat : Stage - Durée : 6 mois
Métier : Avocat
Domaine(s) d'activité : Droit de l’urbanisme et de la construction, Droit international/ Droit de l’Union européenne
Temps de travail : Temps Plein
Salaire : -
Date d'entrée en fonction : 01/07/2024

Profil du candidat

Compétences (Requis) : Droit du contentieux et de l’arbitrage
Langues (Requis): Portugais, Anglais

Descriptif de l'offre

Squire Patton Boggs is currently looking for an intern, fluent in Portuguese and English, to join its international arbitration team in Paris.

During this internship, you will mainly assist the international arbitration team in the preparation of their files, including, but not limited to, research assignments, drafting of legal submissions, drafting of memos and legal opinions, preparing and attending hearings, etc...

You will also be involved in the firm's publications and business development activities.

YOUR PROFILE
Applicants need to have outstanding academic credentials in law, and, at least, hold a Postgraduate / Master Degree or be a student at a Bar School. A degree from a business school or an LLM is a plus.

As well as a full command of Portuguese, an excellent (near native) command of English is required.

Anyone with disabilities and reduced mobility is invited to report it by email to referent.handicap.paris@squirepb.com, mentioning the difficulties they may encounter, so that the firm can implement the necessary adjustments to ensure an optimum reception and conduct of interviews and the hiring process.