Success is a journey.
Let's go together.
Our firm started as a two-man law boutique and has transformed over the last three decades into a full-service law firm which employs about 20 lawyers and 30 people in our administrative team. Our success and the related growth are owed to our highly qualified and ambitious team. In order to maintain the high quality of our legal services, we are continually recruiting highly talented and motivated lawyers with excellent academic backgrounds and strong personal skills as well as driven individuals in order to support our administrative and clerical staff.
As an employer, our firm offers thrilling challenges, involvement in international matters, high-profile clients and highly qualified colleagues. Most of our present partners started their career in our firm as associates. And, indeed, when we recruit associates or attorneys we do so with the aspiration that they will one day become our future partners.
We are constantly recruiting:
Associates and Attorneys-at-Law
Basic prerequisites for an associate are a law degree (normally obtained in Austria or Switzerland) and very good German and English language skills. Much-welcomed additional qualifications are: a further law degree obtained in a common law jurisdiction, a business degree and work experience in an international law firm.
Basic requirements for an attorney-at-law are an admission (in Liechtenstein, Austria, Switzerland or a common law jurisdiction) and very good German and English language skills. Much-welcomed additional qualifications are: admissions in several jurisdictions, more than one law degree, a business degree and work experience in an international law firm.
The minimum requirements for a position as a clerk in our firm are a basic commercial training and very good German and English skills. As a service provider, we further expect from all our employees a friendly and confident appearance towards clients. Profound organizational skills and previous experiences in working with legal software are much welcomed, but not mandatory.