This is a fantastic opportunity for a Law student to gain invaluable practical experience within the in-house legal department of an international company which operates in the EMEA (Europe, Middle East & Africa) markets. Mentored by the Head of legal and liaising with the EMEA HR Director, you will be working daily on the legal aspects of the company. This is a great chance to experience and develop legal knowledge within an international leader in its field, a great addition to your CV and boost to your career aspirations. Requirements Are you a registered student? Or Are you eligible to participate in the Erasmus+ programme? Benefits See website for details of all ESPA benefits. For all internships over 6 months, additional benefits will be paid. Details available at interview.
Undertake autonomously legal researches and analysis into labour and business law
Providing legal support for all European departments
Help writing legal paperwork relating to HR support and functions
Preparation of IRP – Integration Resource Plan – meetings
Translate legal documents from your mother tongue into English
A desire to have a successful career in a law firm or in a legal department and obtain the means to succeed
You are loyal, reliable, proactive, rigorous and self-motivated.
You know how to work as a team and welcome all feedback
You can relate well with people and you have the technical abilities to analyse large amounts of information and present them in a concise and accurate manner
Work experience in the legal field would be advantageous
A global company started in America in the 1950’s and now owned by Blackstone, one of the world’s leading investment firms with assets of $571 billion. They are the worldwide leader in Inventory solutions with a network of 200+ offices in 40 countries and more than 34 000 employees. This company is working with 80% of the Top 100 retailers worldwide.
Polish or German, native. Good spoken and written English levels are required (B2 onwards)
Birmingham, England Birmingham, the second largest British city (about 1 million residents), is considered as the main city of the industrial revolution. Nowadays it’s a hotbed of culture that is rich and diverse where you will experience unique festivals, amazing attractions, outstanding shopping & delicious dining. Here, you are guaranteed a great experience.