Mannheimer Swartling once again ranks highest among law students in Sweden
For the seventh year in a row, Mannheimer Swartling is the firm that ranks highest when law students in Sweden name where they would like to work. This was revealed last night when Universum announced the results of its annual survey of law students.
“It is a pleasure to know that we are viewed as such an attractive employer and the results of this survey reflect the success of our engagement with students over the long term,” comments Mannheimer Swartling's Managing Partner, Stefan Brocker. He continues, “we have been ranked first among all law firms ever since the survey was launched in 2003. This is a sign of strength and illustrates that we can consistently attract students of the highest caliber.”
Within the category of law, the ranking of the five most popular places to work are: The Swedish Ministry for Foreign Affairs, The Swedish Prosecution Authority, The European Commission, The Government Offices of Sweden and Mannheimer Swartling. This year's survey is the seventh in a row and was carried out by Universum Communications between November 2008 and February 2009 and included over 2000 respondents.