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From Managing Partner

For many years I have had the special honour of leading KPMG legal practice in Poland. Our law firm, just like other law firms that form KPMG Global Legal network, uses a multi-disciplinary approach to provide our clients with comprehensive and valuable advice. What sets us apart from law firms that render legal advisory services in a traditional way is the fact that when carrying out our projects we closely cooperate with KPMG experts specializing in various fields. Global and interdisciplinary model we apply in our activity, permits us to correctly identify legal needs of our clients on local markets. Majority of our clients are Polish business entities of various volumes, operating within all fields of economy. We provide advice to both national champions and start-ups, offering support to each client irrespective of its volume and industry. I kindly invite you to cooperation with our law firm.


Our Law Firm offers internships for 5th year students of law departments. Our experience confirms that a 3-month internship allows an intern to become well acquainted with requirements to be met by a junior lawyer, and the Law Firm – to assess an intern’s development prospects. Completing an internship will undoubtedly make easier a decision on choosing a career path after graduation.

Professional development and knowledge improvement in our Law Firm take place not only through day-to-day work, but also specialist training. We always bear in mind necessity of personal development and skill mastering in legal profession. Work for our Law Firm enhances both professional reputation and personal satisfaction.

Our best interns are offered permanent positions with the Law Firm.

Who are we looking for?
Our recruitment process is open to law departments students and graduates having top grades and a very good command of the English language, and intending to become qualified attorneys-at-law or advocates. We highly value studies at or graduation from the so-called foreign law schools. Knowledge of other foreign languages is viewed as a valuable asset.

Recruitment process
Stage I: Sending an application as required in the announcement.
Stage II: On-line English language test.
Stage III: Multiple choice test of knowledge and legal translation into English.
Stage IV: Interview.