Clifford Chance is looking for a junior lawyer (0-3 years experience) interested in antitrust law and public policy with a background in and a passion for information technology (software/hardware/online services) and/or intellectual property to join the Brussels' office's antitrust group.
- Perfect spoken and written English (native or second language)
- Law degree from a European university, U.S. law school, or English language university
- Admission to a European or U.S. bar received or pending
- Ability to demonstrate knowledge of and passion for the information technology (IT) business and/or intellectual property issues related to the IT sector.
- Experience in the IT business (either as an in-house lawyer at an IT company or, e.g., a programmer) is a definite advantage
- At least basic knowledge of antitrust law and intellectual property law (e.g., as a result of courses taken as part of a law degree); an advanced degree in intellectual property or antitrust is not required but can be an advantage
Experience in a law firm is not required. We will only consider candidates with up to three years experience.
If you are interested, please apply online and upload your CV with picture, cover letter and official transcripts/scorecards for each year at law school, a copy of your official law diploma and an English writing sample on a legal topic (no more than 3 to 4 pages).
Please note that an English writing test is part of the interview process should you be selected.