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Commercial/Dispute Resolution Experienced Lawyer


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  • CDI
  • 2 Rue Peternelchen Hesperange 1274 Luxembourg
  • 21-02-2020
  • 3 à 0 an(s)
  • Avocat
  • Bac +5 (M2) et plus
  • A déterminer (EUR)
  • Allemand , Anglais , Français
  • Droit commercial

Présentation de l'entreprise

Bonn Steichen & Partners Dispute Resolution team advises on a broad range of both domestic and international disputes. The team’s continued success in this area has resulted in a new requirement for an additional Commercial/Dispute Resolution Experienced Lawyer (M/F).



BSP offers the ideal environment for its lawyers to develop their skill-base, gain experience and expand their knowledge through our guiding principles of trust, respect and teamwork.

Descriptif du poste

Your Role

In close collaboration with your colleagues, you advise our local and international clients in a wide range of litigation and arbitration transactions. Your work is varied and covers disputes in areas such as commercial contracts, corporate, banking and finance, employment, construction and insolvency.

Profil recherché

Your Profile

  • You are fully qualified Luxembourg lawyer ("Avocat à la Cour");


  • You should ideally have at least 3 years' practice in a law firm;


  • You are able to demonstrate a strong track record of experience and knowledge in relation to dispute resolution matters;


  • You enjoy arguing and you are solution-oriented;


  • Your command of English, spoken and written, is perfect; German is an asset;


  • You are pragmatic, eager to learn and able to demonstrate outstanding expertise;


  • You are good at developing and maintaining strong client relationships;


  • You are flexible and adaptable.

Informations pratiques

Candidates interested in the above positions may send their application and CV to our Marketing department at the following e-mail address:


We will only reply to those candidates who meet these specific qualifications.


All information will be treated confidentially.