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Nexia Ebner Stolz


Our career stepping stones

We keep a sense of balance along our career paths: we want to keep our flat hierarchies yet also acknowledge the professional and personal development of our employees.

Asso­cia­tes work on pro­jects and in teams to pro­vide legal advice to cli­ents of the legal depart­ment. You train and lead gra­dua­tes wor­king towards their pro­fes­sio­nal exams and interns.

Senior Asso­ciate
Senior Asso­cia­tes assume more res­pon­si­bi­lity for cli­ents. You will be assig­ned some cli­ent-spe­ci­fic admi­ni­s­t­ra­tive and orga­niza­tio­nal tasks and will parti­ci­pate in our CoC (cen­ter of com­pe­tence) wor­king groups. You will estab­lish your first per­so­nal con­tact to cli­ents. More­o­ver, you will men­tor asso­cia­tes during pro­ject work and train and lead gra­dua­tes wor­king towards their pro­fes­sio­nal exams and interns.


Coun­sels have both dis­ci­p­li­nary and line aut­ho­rity over the emp­loyees assig­ned to them and are res­pon­si­ble for their deve­lop­ment. You cater to cli­ents com­pre­hen­si­vely and at your own ini­tia­tive. You play an active role in win­ning new cli­ents and build up your own busi­ness unit with the goal of estab­lis­hing a repu­ta­tion on the mar­ket.

With a high deg­ree of per­so­nal com­mit­ment and out­stan­ding skill set, part­ners deve­lop their own cli­ent base and con­stantly win new cli­ents. They groom an inter­nal and exter­nal net­work and build it up in a tar­ge­ted fashion. Part­ners bear lea­dership res­pon­si­bi­lity for at least three emp­loyees, who they tar­get for deve­lop­ment. They can con­fi­dently iden­tify mar­ket trends, busi­ness oppor­tuni­ties and inter­di­s­ci­p­li­nary tasks.

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