Career

Trainees and associates

Are you interested in a traineeship or do you wish to become an associate of Janson Baugniet? Our training programme enables trainees and associates to work in different legal areas and to become acquainted with various aspects of the legal profession (counselling, advising, litigation, agreements, etc.).
We are looking for young lawyers:

  • who offer excellent academic qualifications;
  • who have a good knowledge of languages (Dutch/French/English; any other language is a plus point);
  • who wish to learn and work in a team and to establish a personal clientele; 
  • who have the ambition and ability to work independently.

Should you be interested in a career at Janson Baugniet or should you wish to receive additional information, please contact us at the following address: v.goethals at janson.be

 

Student traineeships

Would you like to take time out from your law studies and discover the legal profession first-hand during your holidays?
We would be pleased to bring you on board for periods of one or two weeks, giving you the chance to share in the daily activities of one of our partners.

Student traineeships are granted only to students who have graduated at least cum laude. They are not remunerated. Other conditions (timetable, duration, law field) are to be discussed with the relevant partner. For practical reasons, Janson Baugniet cannot answer every traineeship request it receives individually; our apologies for this.

Should you be interested in a student traineeship at Janson Baugniet, please contact us at the following address: v.goethals AT janson.be

The registration of student traineeships for this summer period is closed.

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Janson Baugniet (1950) is a multidisciplinary and multilingual law firm, currently having 29 partners and more than 60 associates

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