legal tech trainees
Legal tech is the use of technology or software in legal services. Our legal tech trainees are responsible for using technological tools and guiding our personnel in legal technology related matters.
In our legal tech team, you will participate in document automation projects, which consist of planning and implementing automation work in cooperation with our lawyers, as well as using artificial intelligence software in our transaction assignments. You will also participate in planning training sessions and training our personnel in using legal tech tools. Legal tech trainees are also actively involved in various kinds of technology related development projects.
You are well suited to work as a legal tech trainee if you have a genuine interest in legal tech combined with a passion for business law and good IT skills through work and studies. A service-minded attitude, good teamwork skills and an open-minded, energetic and creative approach to work are also important characteristics for a legal tech trainee to have.
The phase of your legal studies is a secondary consideration, tech know-how and attitude matter the most to us.
Legal tech trainees work part time, usually two to three days a week, and the traineeship lasts one year.
Trainee periods start every January and September.
For more information, please contact Elina Kytömaa.
WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN APPLYING
If you think that Castrén & Snellman could be right for you, fill out our trainee application form and tell us about yourself. We read every application.
After receiving the application, we will send a video question via e-mail to all applicants. We hope to receive replies to the question as soon as possible.
We will invite some of the people who participated in the video interviews to a recruitment day at our offices. The recruitment day includes more information about working with us, a group assignment and a face-to-face interview with the person responsible for the trainee programme and members of our HR team.
We will let all applicants know either over the phone or via e-mail when the new trainees have been selected.