Internship Opportunity at Reed Smith: Shanghai2019-04-26
Internship ProgramWe look forward to having an outstanding law student in the final year of postgraduate study from a top law school, with PRC bar qualification, to join us as a full-time intern. As an intern, you will gain hand-on experience on corporate finance matters. If you perform well, you may be retained by the firm as entry-level legal professional after your graduation.You are encouraged to join our internship program if you have solid legal knowledge and English language skills, are hardworking and interested in corporate finance practices, initial public offerings (IPOs) and mergers and acquisitions.How to ApplyApply by sending your CV, cover letter and transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.orgReed Smith in ShanghaiWe are a dynamic international law firm, dedicated to helping clients move their businesses forward. Our belief is that by delivering smarter and more creative legal services, we will not only enrich our clients’ experiences with us, but also support them in achieving their business goals.Our Shanghai office represents major American, European and Chinese companies, assisting them with their operations in China and globally. Leveraging our global footprint, we also advise Chinese companies as they undertake strategic outbound opportunities. In the past few years, we have successfully advised our Chinese clients in more than 70 percent of our offices.With deep experience supporting both inbound and outbound opportunities, our practice covers cross-border investment, mergers and acquisitions, corporate finance, labour and employment, data privacy, commercial, and strategic legal planning for market entry and evolving corporate structures. We also have a focused regulatory and compliance team, which makes us one of the very few international law firms with a team of this kind in China, and strengthens our capabilities to better support clients on transactional and regulatory issues. In addition, we handle arbitration, litigation and other dispute resolution, working with trusted local counsel as needed.