- Madrid, Lawyers for EU and Competition Law Department
Garrigues is an international law firm that operates across 4 continents and advises its clients globally on all aspects of business law. Our Madrid office has a team of lawyers with expertise in EU and competition law, who represent a wide variety of clients in areas such as antitrust, state aid, merger control, the EU internal market and international trade. Our professionals represent clients in matters before various competition and regulatory authorities, particularly the European Commission, as well as in proceedings before the EU courts.
We are now looking to add lawyers to our team with expertise in EU and competition law, with up to 3 years’ experience, who are seeking to advance their careers in a dynamic and well-established team with a history of national and international success.
- Law degree, either a single degree or part of a double degree qualification. Special consideration will be given to candidates who have completed postgraduate courses, an LL.M. or a qualification as a specialist in EU and competition law.
- A very high level of English and Spanish. Special consideration will be given to candidates with knowledge of other languages, particularly French.
- A highly motivated person with a strong capacity for teamwork, good technical knowledge, and the ability to be creative, who will contribute to the personal and professional quality of the team.
We are offering:
- A position at a leading European law firm, and one of the largest law firms worldwide.
- A place in an established, dynamic and growing professional workforce that is highly regarded in the market.
- A hands-on role in advising clients on complex engagements with an international reach, requiring a great deal of intellectual clarity, creativity and teamwork.
- An opportunity to work on national and international engagements with the firm’s professionals from other offices and departments.
- Career-long participation in an ongoing training program that includes courses on aspects of both your area of expertise and general matters, training on new technology, secondments and the opportunity to learn in an international and diverse environment.