Become a peacemaker in one of the most challenging and exciting fields of law and apply now!

Churchill surely knew that the Victory-V was not originally a sign of victory, but rather of resistance. Tradition has it that the English bowmen showed their fingers to the French at the Battle of Agincourt (1415) as a sign of being fit for combat. However, Churchill knew that not only the facts are key, but also controlling the narrative.

Likewise, it is key for Wach und Meckes not only to do a detailed analysis of the facts and the law and to set up an elaborate game plan for the case, but also to present the clients´ position convincingly to opponents, judges and arbitrators.

For that, we are looking for emphatic and enduring thinkers

Join us in tackling the fast-growing market for high-end dispute resolution.

Dedicated teamwork, which includes clients, other parties as well as external consultants and specialists, is a central factor in resolving complex disputes. As a member of our team, you will learn the full spectrum of the forensic legal profession by working on large-scale and often international commercial disputes.

The career path of our associates follows a six step development program designed to address the specific demands of forensic legal work. The program sets out transparent criteria to be met at each seniority level and thus, outlines the development from a newly qualified lawyer to making partner.

Your assets: Excellent legal skills, team player, a sense for economics and very good command of the English language. Your contact with us: Dr. Karl J. T. Wach.

Interview for talents, with Dr. Karl Wach.

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