Grit & Passion. Opportunity & De Brauw. Do you want to be stretched and nurtured? Are you student who is excited by potential and challenge?
If so, then we may be a perfect match . There are many different ways that you can meet and explore our firm, to include participating in one of our business courses, becoming a student trainee or working with us as a law assistant.
Do you fancy a taste of life and work at De Brauw, first-hand? Are you an ambitious student in the last year of a bachelor’s programme, or studying for your Masters? Then apply for a full-time, two-month traineeship in one of our Corporate, Regulatory or Litigation practice groups.
If you meet our standard requirements, we will invite you to complete an online assessment, after which we may invite you for an interview with one of our recruiters and a senior associate. All student trainees receive a monthly allowance and we will reimburse your travel expenses.
Are you looking for a part-time role where you can 'earn while you learn'? As a law assistants you will receive an employment contract in either of our Corporate, Regulatory or Litigation practice groups for a minimum of six months and for 15 hours per week. (Although it is true that many of our law assistants have previously completed an internship with us, this is not a requirement).
If you meet our standard requirements, we will invite you to complete an online assessment, after which we may invite you for an interview with one of our recruiters and a senior associate. (Do take the time to practice before you take the assessment: even perfection can be practiced).
Are you curious about working on a pro bono case at De Brauw, determined to make a social contribution as a future lawyer? Are you a driven and curious student (of law, tax or notarial law) and are you in the final year of your Bachelor or Masters Degree? Then our unique business course could be the perfect opportunity for you.
The Business Course 2021 was run in partnership with our pro bono client - the Invictus Games The Hague 2020 - an international sports event for physically and/or mentally injured soldiers. Participants worked in teams on the same legal issues that are involved in the organisation of such a large and special sports event, and took part in inspiring workshops led and hosted by the Invictus Games' athletes and our lawyers.
Check out our Events Calendar to see when and where you can find out more.
We have an open door policy and the same is true for you. How can we help? What else would you like to know? Reach out to one of our recruiters. What are you waiting for?