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As a trainee in Wikborg Rein, you will get to know one of Norway's largest and most international law firms from the inside. As a law student writing your master's thesis, you can also apply for a scholarship.

As our trainee with us, you will work similar to the role of associate for 4-6 weeks. The tasks and assignments will be varied and include anything from reviews of legal issues, dispute related work, or assistance in relation to a transaction. You may also participate in legal proceedings in court. You will receive continuous constructive feedback and a dedicated sponsor to guide you during your entire trainee period.

All trainees  will be included in professional as well as social events, and we will do our best to make your trainee period at Wikborg Rein as rewarding, meaningful and educational as possible.

You are welcome to apply for a trainee position at our office in Oslo or Bergen.

In addition to ordinary trainee positions, Wikborg Rein also offer trainee periods for students with interest in specific legal areas. These trainee positions have individual application forms and deadlines. Read more about theme here:


Writing position including scholarship

Wikborg Rein offer students writing their 30 ECTS credit master's thesis within business law the opportunity to write and work on their master's in our offices. Before applying, make sure you have a subject for your master's thesis and we will give you the opportunity to discuss your subject with one of our lawyers before you start writing your thesis.

While working on your master's thesis in our offices, you will have access to all our facilities, including our canteen, our library and you will be invited to professional as well as social events during your time with us.

The scholarship is NOK 30,000. We continuously accept applications for our offices in  Oslo and Bergen.

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