Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen’s Popularity among Law Students takes a big Leap

Date 23 maj. 2018

 

In this year’s Universum Graduate Survey, which is conducted among 12,000 Danish students, including 750 law students, revealing how attractive an employer is for students, Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen has jumped an unprecedented 6 spots up the list in just one year.


Managing partner Thomas Weitemeyer points to several reasons for the firm’s popularity rise, including our open communication with students about what it takes to work at our firm, as well as the training we offer our employees, providing them with extensive experience and a high level of responsibility very early on in their careers


Other factors that Thomas Weitemeyer mentions include our yearly summer school for law students, MWBe educated, as well as the fact that several of our lawyers also teach at the universities.


Last, but not least, Moalem Weitemeyer Bendtsen has advised on a number of high-profile M&A deals in recent years, and the recognition our clients give us is what matters the most as they entrust us with new assignments and welcome our associates into their firms on short or long term secondments.


The entire news article is available in Danish through AdvokatWatch.