In order to further expand our M&A practice, we are looking for colleagues for our Zurich office. We welcome newcomers as well as colleagues with professional experience.
With us, you will experience the vibrant day-to-day life of a major global law firm and work on complex commercial transactions. We set standards not only in the quality of our advice, but also in our internationality. Whether in your day-to-day work or as part of a secondment - you will be in close contact with our foreign colleagues around the globe. Regular meetings at national and international level also give you the opportunity to network.
We promote our employees in a targeted manner and help them to develop as a lawyer. Closely accompanied by a mentor, you will be very involved in our client work from the very beginning. In-house training and events organized by the practice groups round out your continuing education.
- Swiss bar admission
- Good academic record (magna/summa cum laude)
- Excellent English and German language skills
- Analytical way of thinking
- Strong drive and willingness to learn
- Strong service orientation — a "client first" culture
- Ability to build strong relationships with clients and take responsibility for those relationships
- Ability to work well as part of a team as well as individually
- Respect and enjoy the diversity of cultural, social and academic backgrounds in the Firm
What can you expect at Baker McKenzie?
We offer you an environment that, in addition to a wide range of development opportunities, gives you the chance to contribute your talents in the best possible way.
- Individual support from a mentor
- Flexible arrangement of the workplace as well as working hours
- A comprehensive, coordinated training and further education program
- Regular meetings at national and international level to network with colleagues, but also to exchange technical information
- International projects and other programs
- Exciting career models
Have we sparked your interest?
Our recruitment team is looking forward to receiving your completed application documents (which you should send us online — preferably with your CV in one PDF file and all other documents in another PDF file) and is at your disposal for further information. Your application can be filed in English, German or French.