We believe that stars shine brighter together
This means that, at Norrbom Vinding, we take our junior associates seriously: we see you as a valued discussion partner. At the same time, you will have the best training in labour and employment law that Denmark has to offer. We call it the "apprentice model".
With this model, you will sit with at least two different partners during your time as a junior associate. In close collaboration, the two of you will service the partner’s clients. In that way, you will learn all elements of the trade from a lawyer who is a recognised leader in the field – from introductory meetings with the client and until the project is completed.
But sitting with a partner will teach you more than legal skills: you will learn about the clients and their industry and culture. Then one day you will be able to navigate easily through the sea of image, media, politics, social climate and commercial realities that are important pieces in solving the client’s problem in the best way.
In addition, you will benefit from our internal training programme.
All partners at Norrbom Vinding share their expertise at frequent training sessions. We set up mock trial exercises based on real ones. And you will be able to practise your skills in oral argument.
Performance is a complex concept. That is why we also bring in outside experts – such as actors and voice coaches.
As a junior associate, you will need to participate in the mandatory training programme provided by the Danish Bar and Law Society. When your bar exam is approaching, you will be given time off to study, fully paid, and your colleagues will be available for consultation and good advice.
For junior associates, the terms and conditions of employment are more or less the same at all law firms in Copenhagen. This makes training and development opportunities and working environment important factors in your choice of employer. We know that and act accordingly.
We take pride in developing your talent and building you up to become a lawyer with perspective