Intern, Corporate


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Early Careers


Luxembourg, Luxembourg

The role

DLA Piper Luxembourg is a multi-lingual, culturally sensitive, young, dynamic and growing team. We benefit from the advantages of a global law firm, with the advantages of a human-sized firm. Our Team has a wealth of expertise on investment funds, corporate, M&A, banking, finance, capital markets, tax, and intellectual property and technology, applying sound commercial judgment to client’s legal and final decisions. We advise international clients on cross border deals with the benefits of the Luxembourg broad range, business oriented legal and tax toolkit.  

Interns at DLA Piper are given real responsibilities, supporting our clients wherever they operate around the world. You will have the chance to learn through practical work and observation in a truly global firm, giving you an outstanding breadth of legal knowledge, as well as the practical skills that will stay with you for your entire career.

You will also be fully involved in our pro bono and knowledge activities. You will have the opportunity to interact with other DLA Piper offices and experience our “One Team, No Borders” way of working, to improve and test your technical legal skills internationally. 

We are offering 6-month Internships starting from July 2024.

This internship role is for a fixed term. It is not a Bar traineeship role.

Our Corporate team offers comprehensive legal services across the full spectrum of cross boarder and national transactions to multinational corporations, investment funds and domestic entrepreneurs. Our involvement in numerous complex transactions has allowed our lawyers to develop extensive experience in all key areas of corporate law.

The successful Intern would be assisting our team of experts on national and cross border corporate transactions, including M&A and PE deals, joint ventures, group reorganisations and general corporate/commercial work;   
Duties include:

  • Drafting a broad range of corporate documents and setting up of entities
  • Project management
  • Assisting companies, founders, board of directors, executives and committees on operational matters and strategic transactions and providing them with on-going personalised legal support
  • Research on legal matters; and 
  • Handling due diligence processes and closings

We pride ourselves on having a collegiate environment and we are looking for Interns with a strong leadership potential, who are passionate about our culture, values and ethos of the firm.
We are keen to hear from Interns with the following experience:

  • A strong academic record
  • Excellent communication and drafting skills in English and French
  • A good command of German or any other language would be advantageous
  • Commercially astute and keeps abreast of key legal and business news;
  • Personal commitment and learning attitude

To apply, you will be required to send us your resume and complete an application form which should include your availability and an achievement you would like to share with us.
We do not require you to submit a cover letter as part of your application.