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A good way to strengthen your legal education is through an internship, where you can be a part of us and get close to the work at a law firm. During your time with us, you will also be assigned a mentor who acts as both a contact person and a supervisor.

For us, it is important that you as a student thrive and develop. You will become one of us and will of course be involved in all our social activities. Working at Wigge during your time as a student is a great way to expand your network and gain insight into working with transactions at a law firm. There are several of us who once started out as student workers at Wigge.

With us, you as a student have several opportunities to develop yourself in your future career.


During the summer, you can work with us as a summer trainee and then have the opportunity to try out what life as an associate is like at a business law firm for a few weeks. You get to be involved in projects and work closely with both junior and senior lawyers. Your tasks vary depending on which group and which projects you are associated with.


As an Associate Trainee, you will work with us one day a week during the semester, in parallel with your studies. You support the entire firm and gain insight into what it is like to work with us. No two days look the same.


As an intern with us, you will be placed within a working group and participate in the daily work. Take the opportunity to gain access to experienced expertise and hands-on guidance while gaining insight into what it’s like to work for a leading transaction firm.

"The summer traineeship is a unique opportunity to gain an insight into the practice of business law, while at the same time working closely with experienced lawyers and opening up for future career paths. The work is a rewarding combination of legal work, training, and various activities. It provides an invaluable understanding of business law in practice and a chance to get to know the firm better, which students appreciate when exploring career opportunities." - Julia Kihl