Our work shapes the world around us. We work as a partner to many of the most prominent actors in the Nordic market and we help to create the links between key players in society and the business sector. By finding solutions to complex legal issues, we work together to resolve conflicts and drive development forward.

Our clients include everything from listed companies and public authorities to long-established family firms and bold entrepreneurs. New recruits are immersed in complex matters and international work from the outset.

We invest in our new recruits from day one and help you to develop your skills as a lawyer during what we hope will be many years with us. This is why we always strive to create the best possible environment for your personal and professional development – a place for you to grow and feel at home. Use the menu on the left to read more about what it means to work at Mannheimer Swartling.

Meet some of our people

Anna Bryngelsson
Partner, Environment

Environmental law is an incredibly interesting field. Both legislation and case law are constantly evolving, and since virtually all environmental regulations originate in the EU, it’s necessary to navigate EU law as well as the Swedish regulations. And I also like working at the intersection between science and law. A lot of the work we do requires the assistance of technical consultants and engineers, chemists or biologists. As environmental lawyers, we need to understand the technical side of the work. For example, we may need to know how a given chemical product works, or why an industrial plant causes certain emissions. We also serve as a bridge, translating the technical situation into law.

Jacob Rosell Svensson
Associate, Dispute Resolution

When I began my law studies in Lund, I didn’t even know what business law was. During my time as a student I turned my attention to all areas of law, and naturally also to the student social life in Lund! I was attracted to business law by the variation, the challenges, and the role of adviser. I was in turn attracted to Mannheimer Swartling by its unique Pure Lockstep culture and the strong sense of belonging at the firm. Since my very first term on the law programme, I have found that the charm of law lies primarily in cracking puzzles and putting forward arguments. And that also forms the very core of the work done by the Dispute Resolution group. Every day I get to ponder legal problems, and hone new and better arguments. But the best thing about the Dispute Resolution Group is not law alone – it’s the great atmosphere, helpful colleagues and that there’s always someone to turn to when you get stuck on something.



Mannheimer Swartling’s most important assets are its people. We are a large team with as wide a diversity of interests and motivations as there are opportunities to develop at the firm. Do you want to join us?


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