Joining Gide means joining one of the only law firms of French origin with a real international dimension.
Our network comprises 11 offices worldwide, with some 500 lawyers representing over 35 different nationalities.
This international dimension and the organisation of our firm into 13 practice groups mean we can offer a wide range of opportunities for career development and mobility.
Since its foundation, Gide has chosen to be a full-service firm, providing innovative solutions in all legal disciplines and offering its clients the very best teams to assist them in their legal matters. Recognised for our excellence, we count among our clients leading institutional entities and major corporations.
Laurent Modave, partner
Becoming part of Gide means sharing a set of values and promoting diversity.
We are committed to implementing a balanced diversity policy. We aim to facilitate access to the partnership track for women, and have set ourselves a target of 30% women partners by 2025.
To achieve this, we have implemented specific programmes for women associates to support them at key stages in their careers, through training and mentoring.
Working at Gide is based on constant reciprocity between what we expect from you and what we give in return.
Our recruitment process has been organised to enable you to fully understand the position and the role for which you are applying. We operate an ambitious recruitment model, with high standards, reflecting the excellence that is Gide.
Our selection critera include the traditional values of independence and skill in the practice of the law, as well as team spirit.
Choosing Gide means giving yourself the opportunity to grow professionally, in an environment that is:
- Demanding, so as to uphold our culture of excellence as a team
- Committed, so as to offer the best possible legal expertise
- Open, so as to adapt to the complexity of the markets
Excellence, commitment and open-mindedness are the three characteristics that drive each and every one of our firm's partners, associates and members of support staff.