EY Junior Law Consultant in Lithuania

Title: Junior Law Consultant

Location: Lithuania

Job Number: LIT0003S

Job purpose

EY Law network brings together over 1,800 legal specialists advising in 57 countries across the world. Working closely with all departments, our lawyers draw on extensive experience beyond the borders of law to provide a multidisciplinary service. Our legal team helps a client to achieve potential and manage risks effectively. Currently we are looking for the junior candidate who wants to grow as an expert in labour, commercial or civil law field.


What we offer you is:

  • By participating in various legal projects, you will be provided with an exceptional opportunity to learn from the best experts in the field of merges & acquisitions, public procurement, employment, tax, finance, litigation, etc.

  • You will be working in teams of specialists from different countries and departments.

  • While working on projects for multinational organizations you will learn about the major businesses around the world and expand your circle of contacts and knowledge beyond Lithuania or Europe.

  • You will be challenged and rewarded. We invite you to learn and grow with us!

What we expect from you is:

  • Curiosity and keeping up with labour, commercial law or civil process.

  • Strong career commitment and an aspiration for professional and career development in Legal consulting services.

  • Proper mix of strong communication and interpersonal skills as well as analytical and critical thinking skills.

  • Strong academic record including the university degree in law, or being the last year student.

  • Excellent spoken and written Lithuanian and English.

Who we are:

EY is a global professional services organization providing advisory, assurance, tax, law and transaction services. We are committed to doing our part in building a better working world for our people, our clients and our communities. And we are united by our shared values and a dedication to delivering exceptional client service.