Law firm Bermeo & Bermeo

TN-EI/04

DESCRIPTION OF THE STEP TRAINEESHIP PROVIDER

Bermeo & Bermeo Law Firm was founded in 1948 by Dr Vicente Bermeo LaƱas in Quito, Ecuador. The law firm quickly became well known internationally and developed into one of the leading intellectual property practices in Latin America.

We are proud to have been able to maintain our high standards since the inception of the firm. Today, Bermeo & Bermeo is one of the most efficient law firms in Ecuador.

With Rodrigo V. Bermeo-Andrade and Pablo Bermeo-Andrade, the third generation has joined the law firm. Together they contributed with strong education and valuable experiences of having worked abroad at top-tier law firms in the USA and Argentina. Both are admitted attorneys in New York.

WEBSITE

www.bermeolaw.com

TYPE OF THE STEP TRAINEESHIP PROVIDER

Law firm

TRAINEESHIP TASKS

The trainee may be assigned to one of the two departments:

1) The intellectual property department in which the trainee will review files, prosecute these at the PTO, propose litigation strategies, prepare transactional agreements, and in general, provide assistance to the IP Team;

2) The corporate department in which the trainee will be immersed in contract review, corporate and litigation matters, and providing general assistance in and out of the law firm at public institutions.

ORGANISING ELSA GROUP

ELSA International

PLACE OF THE TRAINEESHIP

Quito, Ecuador

EARLIEST START DATE

17/02/2020

MIN DURATION

2 month/s

MAX DURATION

6 month/s

REMUNERATION

USD 394.00 per Month

REQUIRED STUDY LEVEL

Graduate Bachelor

LEGAL SKILLS REQUIRED

Commercial Law - Advanced
Competition Law - General
Contract Law - General
Corporate Law - General
Industrial & Intellectual Property Law - Advanced
Information Technology Law - General
Mergers and Acquisitions - General
Private International Law - General

LANGUAGE SKILLS REQUIRED

English - Fluent
AND
Spanish (Castilian) - Good

NUMBER OF TRAINEES

1

NUMBERS OF HOURS PER WEEK

40

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

Proactiveness and willingness to do meaningful legal work are required over any national/local legal knowledge.

The remuneration for the trainee equals to Ecuador's basic salary, sufficient to cover modest accommodation and meals.