White & Case Moscow recruits bright, talented individuals who share the Firm's commitment to providing the highest possible level of service and added value to our clients' business activity. We are active in our community, through pro bono activity and charitable initiatives.
We maintain a positive and friendly work environment, which eases the demands of working for a leading international law firm. Our employees have outstanding academic and professional qualifications, and we expect each of them to contribute to the collegial and supportive atmosphere of our office.
We recognize that our employees spend a significant part of their lives at the workplace, and we provide them with excellent benefits. We support the personal and professional development of our employees and reward outstanding achievements.
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The 2016 White & Case Moscow summer program
White & Case Moscow office will run a Summer Program this year from 1 July to 31 August 2016. The cornerstone of our graduate recruitment efforts, this Program is designed to give Russian law students insight into what it’s like to be a White & Case lawyer.
Summer interns are matched with an associate advisor who acts as mentor. Interns are involved in actual client projects like legal research, due diligence, preparation of legal documents, as well as in a variety of activities and social events. Interns have the opportunity to work for two practice areas to broaden their experience. This on-the-job practice also includes a comprehensive orientation, regular training sessions and seminars.
Just as students experience real work as a summer intern, they enjoy being part of our team. Summer interns take part in several social functions where they have the chance to build greater rapport with peers, mentors and colleagues.
Summer Program leaflet (English)
Summer Program leaflet (Russian)
Eligibility for the summer program
- full-time law students in fourth and final years of study (graduating in 2016 and 2017)
- passion for law
- enthusiastic and proactive
- strong knowledge of Russian civil law
- fluent spoken English
- excellent written English
- team player
- participation in Jessup, Willem Vis and/or other moot court competitions or any other extra-curricular activities a plus
- top academic results
- able to work full time from 1 July to 31 August 2016
How to apply for the 2016 summer program
- your resume in English
- a cover letter stating the reasons why you would like to apply for the summer program and indicating two practice areas of your choice
- a written essay on one of the below topics:
- Is there a powerful charismatic leader or person who has influenced or inspired you? And if so, please explain why and in what way.
- Who is your favorite writer/ poet / film or drama director and why? Or what is your favorite book / film / performance, etc. and why?
- Describe a situation where you worked effectively as part of a team to accomplish a goal on time. What was your role? What did you learn?
- How would you define "success" for your career? At the end of your work life, what must have been present for you to feel as if you had a successful career?
- If you had a magic wand, what would you change about yourself and why?
The application deadline for 2016 Summer Program was 31 March 2016 but has been extended for the participants of the MSU, MGUA and HSE Legal Career Days in April. Please come to the White & Case stand to get more information.
We offer competitive salaries to our summer interns. More information on compensation will be provided during the interview process.
Our interview process usually includes in-person interviews with HR team, lawyers and partners to enable us to get to know you and allow you to get a feel for our environment. Interview questions represent a mix of general motivational and legal questions. You will also be given a legal research assignment in our office. The selection process takes approximately one month.