Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson (London) LLP
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Application details and method of selection
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Firm description and career prospects
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP advises the world's leading corporations and financial institutions on their most critical legal needs and business opportunities. The firm’s approximately 450 lawyers are based in North America and Europe.
For future trainees of the firm, we will sponsor both the GDL and LPC, and will provide an annual maintenance grant of £7,000.
Fried Frank offers one and three-month internship placements in our litigation department. Interns will gain experience within the legal industry, while gaining exposure to top quality work and clients. Our internship programme details and application form can be found on our careers website.
Training contract programme
Fried Frank offers a fresh and individualistic training programme, working as part of a close-knit team with a practical and hands-on approach to learning. Trainees will have direct access to a combination of US and UK expertise, working for clients on European and international transactions. Trainees will spend six months working with partners and associates across four departments, gaining a broad knowledge of the law to become a commercial partner to clients.
If you are applying to Fried Frank during your studies, we would recommend that you apply in either the penultimate year of your law degree or the final year of a non-law degree. Fried Frank also welcomes graduates and those changing careers.
M&A/private equity, asset management, finance, litigation.
Type of practice
Corporate & Commercial
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