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Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer: Marketing Events Intern & Asia Customer Relationships Executive | Deadline on 21 Apr
To: All HKU students, preferably majoring in marketing, business, economics or law. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (http://www.freshfields.com) is recruiting Marketing Events Intern and Asia Customer Relationships Executive. Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer is a leader among international law firms, providing business law advice of the highest quality throughout Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the United States. With over 2,600 lawyers in 27 key business centres across 15 countries, they provide a comprehensive service to national and multi-national corporations, financial institutions and governments. In Asia, they are located in 6 cities across China, Japan and Vietnam. They are consistently ranked at the top of the league tables in Asia, Europe and globally. Job Specifications 1. Marketing Events Intern (6-month initially, full time basis) 2. Asia Customer Relationships Executive For details, please refer to: http://intraweb.hku.hk/local/careers/news/1314/attachment/040801a.pdf. Application Method Interested students please submit cover letter and CV, in ONE pdf/doc document, at http://apps.cedars.hku.hk/applyjob : References:  Marketing Events Intern  Asia Customer Relationships Executive

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