Our internship programme includes a structured induction, on-the-job learning including rotating through our three main departments and personal guidance from senior lawyers, as well as social events that highlight our firm’s friendly and open culture. Additionally, regular in-office seminars and training sessions are offered by our practice groups.
Interns will be given a variety of work and will be assessed on their work product. They will also be required to give a presentation during which the content and their communication skills will be assessed. Shortlisted interns will then be invited to an interview with some of our partners.
Candidates will be assessed using similar criteria as those for training contracts.
Please note the key dates below. If you miss the dates we still welcome your application, subject to there being available places.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to conduct a written test involving translation and a case analysis.
Candidates who performed well at Stage 2 will be invited to an interview with some of our partners or senior associates.
Normally, we take up to 18 Summer Interns and 18 Winter Interns each academic year in groups of up to six.