Musat & Asociatii is announcing the continuation of its "Mentor" program, involving its invitation of law students to participate in paid internships within the firm.
According to Musat, the program, which was developed together with the Faculty of Law of Bucharest University, through the Law Students Association, offers students the opportunity "to integrate themselves in teams of lawyers with experience in complex mandates, in an organizational culture which encourages the development of natural talent and the achievement of the maximum performance."
As part of its program, Musat & Asociatii claims that it"offers the best students 10 paid internships, for a period of one month. The project was disclosed both within the Faculty of Law, in the presence of more than 100 students, and during the students’ visit organized at the head office of the firm."
“We believe that is a natural gesture to support the young people interested in a career in law to discover the beauty of this profession in a rigorous but diversified environment," said Paul Buta, Partner with Musat & Asociatii. "Being intended for the best students in law in the 3rd and 4th years of study, the program proposes itself to open the path to a career within our firm to the future talented lawyers, those who are passionate about the profession and have strong knowledge."
“There were informal meetings during which we had discussions with students about our complex mandates in the last year and we told them how important passion was for the profession they chose," Buta continued. "The legal profession also relies on the principle according to which a successful career is determined by passion and talent, but also by hard work, perseverance and patience. In our opinion, these meetings are extremely useful, as future lawyers can make a clearer opinion with regard to the level of education and the personal abilities necessary for a business lawyer."
Students can apply for the Mentor program through the Law Students Association at the Bucharest University Faculty of Law.