Baker & McKenzie Wong & Leow Singapore Internship Programme, Singapore


Deadline:

March 31, 2016

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Baker & McKenzie Wong & Leow Singapore Internship Programme

An internship at Baker & McKenzie Wong & Leow will give you a real insight into what it is like to work with us and will help you make an informed decision about your future. Our unique Singapore internship programme is designed to provide you with:

  • an introduction to our firm and the type of work we undertake, both in Singapore and elsewhere;
  • an opportunity to experience first-hand our extensive training programmes;
  • a commercial perspective, to complement your legal education; and
  • practical skills to help you further your career.

Our aim is to make your internship experience a genuine one. You will sit within one of our practice groups, will be assigned an individual mentor and every effort will be made to involve you in real work for real clients.

Expand Your Horizons

Ours is a programme designed for people who enjoy a challenge and want new opportunities. Who are strong academically and practical in their approach. Who like taking responsibility and getting things done. Who express themselves confidently while staying open to new things. Who seek a friendly and inclusive culture where making a difference to our local and global communities matters.

Ready To Explore Our World?

We invite you to meet our people, learn about our work and discover the opportunities we offer.

Internship dates:

 

    • 6th June - 1st July 2016: Application deadline 31st March 2016
    • 4th-29th July 2016: Application deadline 31st March 2016
    • 1st-26th August 2016: Application deadline 31st March 2016

Applicants should be a second year law student with results indicating they will achieve a minimum of a 2:1 or equivalent in their degree.

To apply for an internship, complete the application form.

Apply

You will need to include a cover letter, full curriculum vitae and copies of your university transcripts. Covering letters form an important part of your application. They should outline your interest in the Firm, and give an overview of your motivation for selecting your preferred area of practice.

For further information contact Kate Doyle, Training and Graduate Recruitment Manager, on +65 6434 2680.



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February 25, 2016
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