Simen Lium

Partner

About Simen Lium

Simen Lium is a Partner at Wikborg Rein's Oslo office and is part of the firm's employment law practice group. Simen holds a Master of Laws degree from the University of Oslo from 2006, specializing in employment law and pensions. 

Simen focuses on a wide range of matters related to employment law, contracts and pension. His work generally involves providing assistance to Norwegian and international clients within various industries in the private and public sector, research work and dispute resolution through negotiations and litigation before the courts. He also contributes to employment law and pensions publications, and holds seminars for clients and students at the University of Oslo.

Simen is recognised for his work as an employment law lawyer in amongst others Chambers, Legal 500 and the annual lawyer rating in the Norwegian business newspaper Finansavisen.

Work experience
  • 2017 -

    Partner, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2013 - 2016

    Senior Lawyer, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2010 - 2012

    Senior Associate, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2007 - 2009

    Associate, Wikborg Rein, Oslo

  • 2006

    Trainee, Various law firms

  • 2004 - 2005

    General Manager, the "Frokostkjelleren" Foundation

  • 2003 - 2005

    Case handler, Juss-Buss, the Social and Employment Law Group

Education
  • 2009

    Practising certificate

  • 2006

    Master of Laws, Specialising in employment law (Master's thesis: "Pensions and transfer of undertakings"), University of Oslo

Directorships
  • 2017

    Member of the Norwegian Bar Association's legal committee on Employment Law

  • 2013 - 2015

Publications
  • 2016

    "Pensions in a nutshell", book published by Gyldendal

  • 2014

    Contributor to the book 100 næringseiendomstips (100 commercial real estate tips), Wikborg Rein 2014

  • 2010

    Article on the Norwegian Act on Restructuring (in Norwegian "Omstillingslova snaue tre år etter ikrafttredelsen Рet overblikk og en oppfordring til lovgiver", published in Arbeidsrett vol. 3/4

  • Contributed several years within Norwegian law to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development's annual publication "Doing Business"