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Job Code: 32  
Job Title: Stagiaire laureando in giurisprudenza - stage da remoto
Location: Remote
Type of Job: Internship
Level: Intern
Category: Compliance, Dispute Resolution, Commercial Contracts, Insolvency, Adminstrative Law, Labor and Employment, French Desk, Investigations, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate, Privacy, Cyber Security and Data Protection, Private Equity, Intellectual Property, Regulatory, Startup and Venture Capital, Tech Transactions
Education: Graduating
Job Description: Cerchiamo laureandi in giurisprudenza da inserire in stage nelle diverse aree di attività sopra citate, in particolare nei settori in cui lo Studio si focalizza maggiormente ovvero Digital, Media & Technology, Fashion & Luxury, Life Sciences.

Lo stagiaire avrà la possibilità di lavorare in team, collaborare con professionisti di diverse seniority e gli verrà assegnato un tutor interno di riferimento. Potrà fare esperienza in uno studio legale d'affari i cui clienti sono principalmente grandi aziende multinazionali, leader nei propri settori di riferimento.

Lo stage verrà svolto da remoto, non è richiesto lo spostamento presso le sedi dello Studio, pertanto possono candidarsi tutti gli studenti di Università italiane, a prescindere dalla collocazione geografica.

Lo Studio fornirà tutti gli strumenti informatici necessari per lo svolgimento del lavoro da remoto.

È previsto un rimborso spese mensile di 500 euro netti al mese.
Requirements: Laureando in giurisprudenza con un'ottima media esami e conoscenza della lingua inglese.

Capacità di lavorare in team, proattività, curiosità e creatività completano il profilo ricercato.

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