Your career at KUNZ

KUNZ is continuously developing and growing. Therefore, we are always looking for committed and enthusiastic employees who enjoy working in a dynamic and highly specialized team, whether at our headquarters in Koblenz or in Cologne or Mainz..

Whether you work as a lawyer in our forensic departments on technically challenging cases, accompany our clients in consulting teams in the legal implementation of their strategies, or actively support our lawyers as non-legal employees in the organization of the department and the processing of the cases, the focus of your work is always on mutual cooperation and support between colleagues of all lawyers and assistants as well as on the common endeavor to offer our clients the best possible service.

We are looking forward to your application and promise you an exciting working environment with many perspectives in a motivated team:

Dr Knott on the advantages of a medium-sized law firm compared to a large law firm in the current issue of "Modern Lawyer"

For clients as well as for younger and experienced lawyers, the question arises as to which type of law firm to choose for one's professional activity or engaging lawyers. This is the subject of the article by KUNZ partner Dr Hermann Knott and his long-time colleague, law firm consultant Robert Millard, Cambridge, England.

The article combines Hermann Knott’s personal experiences from legal practice with Rob Millard’s  knowledge from external consulting for law firms. In this way, a…

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KUNZ opens office in Düsseldorf with two partners from FPS

On 1 May 2021, KUNZ will open a new office in Düsseldorf. The new office will be headed by Dr. Heiko A. Giermann LL.M. (McGill) and Ms Christine Libor. Both come from FPS Düsseldorf and will strengthen KUNZ as partners.

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KUNZ supports Vis Moot, the advanced training in arbitration for students from all over the world

Teams from international universities conduct simulated arbitration proceedings. Experienced lawyers participate as arbitrators.

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