Our Associate Trainee program gives you an outstanding opportunity to discover the world of business from a legal perspective. It is also an excellent way for you to get to know Roschier and for us to get to know you. You get to work in a challenging and ever-changing business law environment. You will have the opportunity to use your talent and creativity and learn to apply your legal knowledge in practice.
Our Associate Trainees have various tasks that resemble those of our Associates. This may include, for example, drafting documents, making legal translations and preparing problem-based analyses of the application of different laws. The tasks vary, which keeps the work interesting.
Our extensive introduction program will help you get acquainted with your colleagues, your tasks and our firm. You will have your own tutor and assistant contact to guide you in the practicalities of working at Roschier. As an Associate Trainee, you will be offered a curriculum of skills training and development opportunities arranged by Roschier University. When your traineeship comes to an end, we hope to continue our relationship with you through the Roschier Trainee Alumni Network.
Who can apply
The Associate Trainee program is intended for law students who have completed a minimum of 180 credits by the beginning of the traineeship.
When to apply
We encourage you to visit our careers site and social media channels to get up-to-date information on when to apply.
Preferably at the beginning of the trainee period, but agreed individually with each trainee.
Working hours and duration
Our Associate Trainees work full-time for a fixed-term period; usually four to eight months.
In this position you need fluent Finnish and English. Swedish and other language skills are appreciated.
How to apply
When the application period is open, you’ll find the advertisement and application form on our open positions page. You are also welcome to send us an open application. If you have a preference, please state in your application which practice group(s) you would be most interested in working with.
For more information
For more information, please see contact list on the right.