Our Internship is aimed at students pursuing a Master's degree or holding an LL.M who would like to gain first-hand experience with a leading law firm. This is a unique opportunity and an invaluable introduction to the everyday life of being a lawyer.
We offer paid internships, lasting 3 to 6 months, throughout the year in all our practice areas: Global Loans, Corporate, Investment Funds and Tax. You may choose a particular field of law or take the opportunity to get an overview of the various areas of law we practise.
Right from the start, you will have the opportunity to work on a wide range of exciting and market leading transactions. You will be deeply involved in your team and will work alongside experts who will coach you and provide you with valuable and constructive feedback. A mentor will support you in all professional matters and provide guidance. Where possible, we seek to retain the best performing graduates at the end of the internship as trainee lawyers or junior associates.
What we can offer you
Inclusive and diverse culture
Ashurst regards having an inclusive and diverse environment as critical to its business success. Our Luxembourg office has a diverse team of over 10 nationalities and we always look to hire a diverse range of people, including those with international backgrounds and experience in various jurisdictions particularly Luxembourg, France, Germany and Belgium.
We provide a supportive and collaborative working environment that empowers people to succeed together as one team. Your professional and personal development is our priority. We provide a structured training programme and greatly encourage you to dive into different areas and projects to develop your full potential.
Support with your legal qualification
Where possible, we seek to retain the best performing graduates at the end of the internship as trainee lawyers or junior associates. We support you with your legal qualification by offering study leave and flexible working, allowing you to focus on courses and exams.
The recruitment process
You will be required to submit a short application including uploading your CV, most recent academic transcripts and a short cover letter to give us an understanding of who you are and why you're interested in our role.
The process will start with a short phone interview with a member of our People & Culture team to discuss your application in more depth to understand your interests and expectations.
You will meet face-to-face with some of our lawyers and a member of our People & Culture team for a conversational interview that is designed to assess your personal and technical skills, and provide you with a comprehensive overview of our internship programme.
It’s also an opportunity for you to find out more about us, so please come prepared with your questions.
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Inclusion, Diversity & Belonging
Our inclusive and diverse culture stands at the heart of everything we do. For more information on our initiatives and the support we provide please follow the link below.More information
Agency submissions and candidate introductions will only be accepted with prior approval from a member of the Ashurst Talent Acquisition team. To submit or introduce a candidate, an agency must have valid agreed terms of business in place with Ashurst. Any agency submissions or candidate introductions made without prior approval or without the agreed terms of business in place will be considered invalid.
We are committed to offering a safe and welcoming environment for our employees and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. With diversity and inclusion at the heart of what we do we place a strong emphasis on working with people from diverse communities and aim to make a positive impact through our Social Impact programmes.