Bird & Bird est un cabinet d'avocats international, dont la stratégie consiste à concentrer ses efforts de développement, ses connaissances et son savoir-faire dans des secteurs d'activité déterminés, et à proposer aux opérateurs nationaux et multinationaux de ces secteurs une assistance juridique complète et spécifique.
Our Brussels Competition, Trade and Public Affairs practice provides clients with all-round EU law and Public Affairs support in complex matters.
As a member of our team, you’ll focus on helping clients navigate the complexity of international trade law, particularly when it comes to high-profile anti-dumping and anti-subsidy procedures, trade litigation before the EU courts and advisory work for multinational clients.
You may also get involved in competition law work and deal with high-profile matters in all fields of EU and national competition law including cartels, abusive conduct, merger control and State aid. The team also has vast experience in EU litigation and is currently handling several high-profile assignments before the European Commission, the European courts and various national authorities. Experience in EU competition law is therefore an advantage, but not required for this role.
Our Brussels office brings together 65 team members from 10 different countries.
Bird & Bird's Competition & EU Law Group counts more than 50 specialist competition lawyers across our 31 offices.
In line with the firm's focus on industries shaped by technology and digital markets, our team has significant expertise in sectors including technology, communications, IT, aviation, automotive, electronics, energy and many others.
We would like to hear from you if you have:
If you think you are the right fit for our team in Brussels, please send your CV, motivation letter and transcripts by email (click on the "apply" button")
Learn more about our firm at www.twobirds.com. You can find the latest updates from our team on LinkedIn.
For any questions or if you would like more information, please contact our HR manager Anneke Vermeir.