Are you a challenger who want's to be a part of the new Hamilton?

At Hamilton, you will find a broad legal skill-set. But our lawyers also specialize in one or more practice areas. As a newly employed lawyer you will get the opportunity to be part of two of our practice groups. The choice of group is determined by your preferences, previous merits and interests, and can of course be changed.

At Hamilton, newly employed and junior associates have personal contact with clients because we believe that it is advantageous to both lawyers and clients. At the outset, contact with clients and work in general is supervised by a more experienced lawyer. It is a way of working which characterizes the entire practice. More experienced lawyers take care of their younger colleagues. As a new employee you are assigned one mentor and one sponsor. Partners at Hamilton serve as mentors and are responsible for their younger colleagues' long-term development and guidance in the profession. Every new employee is also assigned an associate as a sponsor. As a new employee, you often have many thoughts and questions, and it is comforting to have two more experienced lawyers to which you can turn.

We are looking for candidates who want to work independently, take responsibility and who want to create good client relations. In addition to a very good knowledge of the law, the work also requires that you are analytical and have fresh ideas. Often, our assignments have an international connection and thus a very good command of English is a requirement, and additional language skills are considered beneficial. Hamilton’s ambition is to be the leading firm in all its practice areas, and the firm which delivers the greatest business value to its clients.

We hire newly graduated lawyers and lawyers who have served as law clerks in court as well as applicants with other qualifying work experience. If you are interested in working at Hamilton click on the heading "Now hiring" above and follow the instructions.


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