the internship program, the interns will get acquainted with advocacy
in practice and the regulations of advocacy and how criminal matters and
litigation are handled.
In addition to doing the work tasks, the internship includes
familiarization with some written material supporting the content of the
internship program. The internship program may include working at the
Helsinki office as well. The internship program can
be accepted as a study internship (ONVAL9997 or OTMVAL9997). Including
the internship program as a part of one’s studies must be agreed with
the faculty as stated in the study guide.
offer a vantage point in an experienced and well-known law firm, as
well as the opportunity to participate in working on solving interesting
legal problems. The work tasks
can be adapted to complete the studies at the same time. An intern’s
worktime is on average six (6) hours a day every second day, meaning
around 60 hours a month. The work times are agreed upon separately with
the intern. The intern will be paid an hourly
wage according to the recommendation of the Bar Association.
in your application during the opening of the application cycle by
email to the person in charge of our training program attorney Reetamaria
The email should be titled “[Last Name] job application” and it should
contain 1) a free-form pictorial application written in good Finnish and
not exceeding two (2) pages in pdf format and 2) an up-to-date
transcript of records. A CV can be added to the application
if desired. Some of the applicants will be contacted for an individual
applicant choices are based on overall assessment, with particular
emphasis on application, study orientation, academic success, and the
personal interview. Applications
sent in after the application time has ended will not be regarded.
Applications from non-selected students will not be considered in
subsequent application rounds but must be re-entered.
For more information about the internship programme, please contact
Reetamaria Ylitalo, attorney
040 777 9036