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LATERAL PARTNERS

Phillips Nizer is eager to welcome lateral partner candidates with a proven track record of success in developing and retaining clients and a commitment to working in a collegial environment.  Our commitment to Resourceful Representation® means that we provide practical solutions to serve the needs of our clients in an efficient and cost-effective manner.  We value the expertise of those who bring to our practice areas and industry teams exceptional legal knowledge and a skilled ability to counsel our corporate and business clients, including chief executives, company owners and general counsels, as well as our private clients, in dispute resolution and partnerships.

For lateral partner inquiries, please direct resumes and cover letters (email preferred; no phone calls, please) to:

Marc A. Landis, Esq.
Managing Partner
Phillips Nizer LLP
666 Fifth Avenue
New York, NY 10103-0084
mlandis@phillipsnizer.com

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GERMAN LEGAL INTERNS

The German Practice regularly invites several highly qualified legal interns (Referendare, Substituten or Konzipienten) to work with the firm for three months periods of training. We use this opportunity to integrate our interns into our law practice, including practical experiences with clients, in court, in conferences and working on matters. Our work regularly involves cross-border, international legal matters involving the U.S., other Common Law jurisdictions and the German speaking countries of Europe. 

Unser German Desk bietet Referendaren, Substituten und Konzipienten mit exzellenten Studienleistungen die Möglichkeit, in einer 3-monatigen Station Erfahrungen in der Arbeitswelt zu sammeln. Sie werden eng in ein Team eingebunden und erhalten Einblick in die praktische Mandatsbearbeitung. Sie erhalten die Gelegenheit zu direktem Mandantenkontakt, Teilnahme an Konferenzen und Gerichtsterminen. Der Schwerpunkt der Ausbildung liegt auf grenzüberschreitenden, internationalen Angelegenheiten zwischen den USA, anderen „Common Law“ Ländern und den deutschsprachigen Ländern Europas. 
 
Bitte richten Sie Ihre Bewerbung mit englischsprachigem Anschreiben und CV/Resume (weitere Dokumente wie Zeugnisse etc. werden auf Deutsch akzeptiert) per Email (Bitte geben Sie den gewünschten Zeitraum in der Email an) an:
 
Steven H. Thal: sthal@phillipsnizer.com 
 
und 
 
Florian von Eyb: fvoneyb@phillipsnizer.com