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Jobs in Luxembourg

Jobs in Luxembourg


A paralegal will often sit with a lawyer in meetings or in Court to take notes or otherwise assist a lawyer in their day-to-day duties. Most paralegals have either undertaken a law degree or are working towards finishing one. You can think of them as apprentice lawyers. When lawyers start their professional journey, they often enter the market either by becoming a paralegal, a legal assistant or an intern.

Paralegals are unregulated in most jurisdictions, meaning they don't need a license to assist the lawyer they work with: as long as there is a lawyer there to supervise their work and have final sign off on any work they produce.

Usual Key Duties
  • Undertake legal drafting, perusal of documents and legal research

  • Liaise with internal teams (front office, operations, compliance, etc.)

  • Assist with the review, drafting and negotiation of certain trading agreements

  • Coordinate the execution of certain documents and liaise with key stakeholders

  • Maintenance of central documentation list

  • Maintenance of document management systems and databases

  • If required, assist with projects

Key Required Skills
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills

  • Strong academics, degree educated

  • Legally trained

  • Able to work on their own, independently, and as part of a wider team

  • Ability to prioritise tasks for execution

  • Ability to exercise judgment

  • Ability to manage a generous workload

  • Strong attention to detail

At Rutherford, our team works with some of the best performing asset managers, hedge funds and private equity firms globally, and are committed to ensuring top in-house lawyers are placed with our clients. As for Rutherford's private practice team, they specialise in executive recruitment for magic circle, silver circle and white-shoe firms in London and New York. Our private practice partners sit on the most lucrative panels chosen by the best performing hedge funds, private equity firms, private debt firms, asset managers and investment banks in the world.

Even though it is a small country, Luxembourg packs a big punch. One of the world’s highest GDP per capita, according to the IMF, it is the second richest country in the world according to buying power per capita. This can be mostly attributed to its thriving financial services industry.

Luxembourg is a mixing pot of culture, it has a trilingual school system featuring German, French and Luxembourgish. A centre of diplomacy, it’s a founding member of NATO, the EU, the UN, the OECD and Benelux. One of the 4 capitals of the EU, it hosts the Court of Justice of the European Union and is home to Schengen village, where the famous Schengen Agreement was signed.

Getting around

Luxembourg offers three main forms of public transport: trams, trains and buses. Not only is it quite easy to get around the city with public transport: since March 1st 2020, all modes of transport are free throughout the country. Even better news: this applies to everyone, from residents, cross-border commuters and even tourists.