Building an exceptional law practice requires putting in place the right team and an ethos that represents a cross-cultural and commercially oriented practice of law. It also requires a focus on collaboration and pro-active business generation – a function that many professional services firms often take for granted.
Over the past decade, we have built a solid team of international lawyers who are qualified to practice law throughout the US and UK and we have partnered with firms in Hong Kong, Beijing and Shenzhen that share our approach to law in order to help us extend our reach into the important Asian marketplace.
Students & Graduates
At Rooney Nimmo you’ll gain broad experience working on many projects across a range of practice areas. You will have the opportunity to work on international teams on cross-border matters. You’ll gain client exposure early on, and be involved in matters that integrate your law school studies with on-the-job insight and guidance from your mentor.
We hire talented people for selected practice areas and markets. You’ll work alongside outstanding colleagues on substantive projects that include both cross-border and local matters, and benefit from a culture receptive to new ideas and innovation.
Recruiting and developing talented professionals for our business services roles are critical to support our international growth. Supported by your colleagues in the US and UK, you will work on projects that will impact the growth trajectory of the firm and build on our client experience.
Build a career with us
If you feel you are the right fit, please upload your CV and covering letter and we’ll be in touch.
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