Research Assistant

During your doctorate or as a transition to the start of your legal traineeship, you can apply and further develop the legal skills you have already learned in practice. The focus is on on-the-job learning, as you will be involved in exciting legal cases and will be close to your clients. During your work, a mentor will support you in all your questions.

What should you bring with you for a research assistantship? You have completed your school career with a very good A-levels and have an above average first state examination (at least state part). As our client structure is international, you should have a very good command of English, which you should ideally have been able to improve during a stay abroad. Above all, you are open-minded and curious to learn new things and bring a great interest in the practice area.

When is the best time to apply? We recommend that you apply at least three to six months in advance.