The candidate will work with firm lawyers on ongoing projects to give them the best possible insight into the European law practices of the Brussels office, and primarily competition, intellectual property, trade, state aid, environmental regulation, and customs law. Will be drafting briefs and memoranda, attending meetings with clients or the European Commission, making internal presentations, and doing legal research. Will work in diverse teams, with lawyers of more than 20 different nationalities working in the office. Should be between a 1 and 2 German legal state exams. Should be able to demonstrate high academic achievement and a genuine interest in international business law and fluency in spoken and written English language is essential.