Linklaters LLP is a law firm which specialises in advising the world’s leading companies, financial institutions and governments on their most challenging transactions and assignments.
With offices in major business and financial centres, we deliver an outstanding service to our clients anywhere in the world.
Skills / Experience / Qualifications Required
Key Responsibilities and Challenges
Provide assistance to our lawyers in the team as well as directly to clientsDraft minutes for management meetings and shareholders meetings of the clients’ Luxembourg entitiesDraft powers of attorney and proxies for clients and any of their representatives to be represented in board meetings or shareholders meetings of Luxembourg entitiesDraft standard corporate notarial or private deeds in respect of incorporation of Luxembourg entities, change of articles and capital increase / decrease, etc.
Arrange for any publications and registrations and extracts from Luxembourg public registersProvide assistance in closings with amongst others arrange for documents and prepare the transaction or restructuring biblesUpdate the relevant precedents and notify the lawyers of any required changes in those precedents
Qualifications and Skills required
Bachelor degree in Law, an equivalent university degree or relevant experienceYou have a minimum of 2 years of experience in a similar position in LuxembourgFluent in written and spoken English and French, German and / or Luxembourgish would be an assetExcellent attention to detail, communication, writing and technical legal skillsEnthusiastic and resilient with the ability to manage time effectively and prioritiseGood interpersonal skills with confidence to deal with all levels of staffTeam player but capable to work independently
We offer you
The opportunity to work for an ambitious firm with a clear sense of directionIntellectually challenging and rewarding work Top-
quality training and career development
A network of offices to provide you with the high standards and consistency you require across the Americas, Europe, Asia and the Middle East