Dalakos Fassolis Theofanopoulos Law Firm is an ambitious and highly regarded legal practice that is committed to providing a high quality service to its clients. Our clients require advice from bright, flexible and commercially-minded lawyers with a broad range of skills and experience. Our firm is highly respected for its sector expertise, particularly in shipping and yachts, corporate and commercial, banking and finance, intellectual property and media, real estate and leisure, labour and employment, litigation and dispute resolution.

Our talented people are the key to our continued success. Their skills, experience and perspective is what drives the firm forward. We expect our people to be highly motivated, focused, enthusiastic, professional and dedicated to providing outstanding legal services.

We are always looking for people willing to take the next exciting step in their career – whether they are experienced qualified lawyers or law graduates looking for a training contract or those looking to join our secretarial team or to get hands-on exposure to a legal practice as paralegals.

We are always searching for new talent to join our team and welcome speculative applications. If we don’t have a position for you at the moment, we may have one in the near future.

If you think you can make a contribution to our continuing growth and are interested in joining an ambitious and evolving law practice with an extensive and diverse clientele, please contact us by email at info@dftlaw.gr or by fax at 210.418.3015 and send us your CV and the position you are applying for.

Dalakos Fassolis Theofanopoulos Law Firm is always interested in hearing from talented and ambitious qualified lawyers who have expertise in our core sectors or from those who believe they can help the firm expand its service.

We are looking for people with a strong academic record, outstanding legal skills and a genuine passion for our core sectors. We also value sharp commercial mind, keen business acumen and exceptional problem-solving skills. Our lawyers need to be able to analyze how the law works and be creative but pragmatic in their interpretation of it.

Dalakos Fassolis Theofanopoulos Law Firm’s aims to identify the best and brightest legal graduates to bring into our firm and support their development through to qualification.

We look for trainees who are bright, commercially-focused and hard working, who understand clients’ demands and expectations, who show a commitment to learning and who will continue to learn throughout their careers. Because of our small intake, we provide meaningful responsibility, a supportive environment, challenging and important work alongside our lawyers and opportunities to improve their legal skills, develop their commercial awareness and gain a depth and breadth of experience.

Dalakos Fassolis Theofanopoulos Law Firm’s secretaries are a driving force in its business and are integral to providing excellent client service. There is very little of our work that they do not influence, from keeping and organising the firm’s diary and handling communications with clients and email correspondence to coordinating meetings, managing travel arrangements and preparing documents. Our secretaries ensure that the firm runs efficiently and effectively.

Strong secretarial and technical skills are essential. In addition, secretaries should demonstrate professionalism, have strong interpersonal, administrative and organisational skills, excellent oral and written English skills, a pragmatic and common sense approach to their work and a commitment to client care.

In order to provide a seamless service, Dalakos Fassolis Theofanopoulos Law Firm is always looking to employ paralegals and interns on a temporary basis. Our paralegals and interns support the firm’s partners, associates and trainees on a range of transactional and research work, gaining a valuable insight into the workings of a legal practice.

No formal paralegal qualifications are necessary but paralegals and interns should demonstrate attention to detail, enthusiasm and motivation.

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