Student

  • Student

    2020

    Are you a student?

    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.

  • Mangfold, Student, Corporate Responsibility, Career, Sustainability

    2020

    Diversity

    As one of Norway's largest and most international law firms Wikborg Rein represents many nationalities, languages and cultures. This is one of our strengths when assisting local and global clients from different countries within all areas from shipping and renewable energy to technology and digitalisation.

  • Career, Student

    2020

    Our Social Life

    Wikborg Rein has over a number of years been named Norway's most attractive employer within the industry. We are very proud of that!

  • Student, Ranking

    2020

    Universum 2020: The industry's most attractive employer

    For the 7th year in a row, Wikborg Rein has been named as the law students' most attractive employer among the corporate law firms. From last year, we also climbed from 3rd to 2nd place among all companies in the survey.

  • Student

    2020

    First day, first case

    Patrick Oware had heard rumours that you get your required procedural experience quickly in Wikborg Rein, but he had never thought it would go this fast.

  • Student

    2020

    From evening assistant to Associate

    From evening assistant and receptionist to trainee and from trainee to writing his master's. Christian A. Cederkvist has been a part of Wikborg Rein from the very beginning of his law studies and in January 2021 he will start as Associate with us.

  • Student, Sustainability

    2020

    Pro bono work led to family reunion

    Every year the Norwegian immigration authorities process a number of applications that result in rejection or expulsion. When all rights to appeal has been exhausted, few options remain for a party with limited financial resources to have the decision re-examined. Our pro bono work and collaboration with the Norwegian Organisation for Asylum Seekers (NOAS ), an organisation working to advance asylum seekers' rights in Norway, allows Wikborg Rein to assist in the re-examination of cases often involving court proceedings.

  • Data Protection

    2018

    Are we entitled to know what the robots are thinking?

    When Hermon Melles (26) planed his master's thesis he decided to find a research topic that included both his major interests: law and technology. While writing his thesis at the offices of Wikborg Rein he has been given the opportunity to converse with some Norway's most competent lawyers within data protection and technology.