Career opportunities


If you are a lawyer with previous experience and a sound academic background looking for a new challenge in a top-tier law firm, we may have the right opportunity for you.

We are always looking out for talented lawyers who want to further advance their skills and knowledge to become part of a leading team and contribute to its continuous growth.

Other advisors

If you specialise in insurance, tax or financial services and you're looking for an opportunity to work within a fast-paced legal environment, you have landed on the right page.

We are always on the lookout for talented individuals who want to work alongside lawyers and further develop their specialism to contribute to the firm’s overall success.

We want to hear from candidates with a positive attitude, who are able to work under pressure and to tight deadlines, while demonstrating great teamwork, effective communication skills and a result-focused approach.

Current openings

  • Legal

    Investment Funds Senior Associate – Luxembourg

    Ganado is seeking to recruit a qualified professional to support our Investment Services and funds team, which services clients operating within the sphere of investment funds, management companies and alternative investment fund managers in Luxembourg. Interested applicants must hold a university degree in law (Master 2), ideally accompanied by an LL.M in investment funds and have worked in a similar position for at least 4 years. Each applicant is expected to:

    • Have a sound academic preparation in law;
    • Have a positive attitude towards clients and colleagues;
    • Be able to work well within a dynamic team;
    • Communicate confidently and effectively in both English and French or German;
    • Have 4 to 6 years’ experience working in a similar position; and
    • Work under pressure and to tight deadlines where required.
    We will offer the successful applicant:
    • A flexible work environment in a newly created Luxembourg law firm;
    • Prospect for growth, in an environment which allows development of expertise in diversified areas of investment funds law;
    • The opportunity to work on interesting files with an international dimension;
    • A nice work environment.
    Applicants are required to send an email to together with a detailed CV and covering letter.
    All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.
    Ganado is the practice name for independent law firm Ganado SARL, a limited liability company with RCS number B233656 and registered with the Luxembourg Bar.


  • Legal

    Junior Advocates

    We are interested in hearing from law students who have completed or are in the process of completing their Master of Advocacy. Our law firm has a substantial local and international client base and a predominantly corporate and commercial practice with a focus on financial services, shipping and corporate law.  In order to continue addressing our clients’ needs in the best manner possible and to strengthen our resources, we are seeking the services of motivated individuals to join our team. Amongst other qualities, we expect applicants to have a sound academic preparation, a positive attitude, the ability to work under pressure and to tight deadlines, a collaborative working style, the ability to communicate confidently and effectively, a sense of commercial awareness and a commitment to a career in law. Applicants are required to send a detailed CV, covering letter and academic transcripts. All applications will be treated in the strictest confidence.


  • Legal

    Knowledge Lawyer

    We are looking for a Knowledge Lawyer to support a number of practice areas in the provision of legal services. This role will support our fee-earners through research, training and know-how and you will work directly with the partners and fee earners in various teams focusing on the team priorities and their support requirements. For this role we welcome applications from experienced lawyers interested in Knowledge Lawyer opportunities, or existing Knowledge Lawyers looking for a new challenge.


    As a Knowledge Lawyer, you are expected to:

    • Act in an advisory capacity in supporting colleagues with legal research queries, helping them develop the skills to find answers for themselves;
    • Find effective ways to update colleagues on legal developments in an engaging and thought-provoking manner including the development of briefings, thought leadership and bespoke horizon scanning solutions;
    • Organise and deliver regular training on relevant legal topics;
    • Organise personal and team contributions to internal knowledge, including but not limited to, updating precedents, authoring relevant know-how, deals done/experience databases (lessons learned), and managing collaboration tools;
    • Develop matter-based and generic checklists, how to guides, practice notes and other forms of formal know-how, as appropriate;
    • Identify and deliver innovative approaches to managing and sharing knowledge for the benefit of colleagues;
    • Network internally to build personal profile and reputation as a subject matter expert, develop effective working relationships that help get things done, and share best practices;
    • Be involved in the continuous development of technology in the provision of our legal services;
    • Contribute to firmwide knowledge management through close collaboration with the KM lead at the firm and other team players.


    The ideal applicant will:

    • Be a qualified Lawyer with a minimum of 5 years post-qualification experience seeking a change in direction OR a current Knowledge Lawyer with experience of working horizontally with various practice areas;
    • Have a deep interest in Commercial law;
    • Have the ability to work closely with partners and associates and quickly gain their confidence;
    • Have excellent interpersonal, drafting and writing skills;
    • Be proactive, well organised and have project management skills;
    • Have excellent presentation and communication skills to communicate legal concepts effectively and simply;
    • Be prepared to work as part of a motivated and hard-working team.


  • Administrative

    Corporate Administrator

    We are seeking to recruit a full-time Corporate Administrator to join our Shipping team.      

    Job Responsibilities and Duties

    • Managing a number of client portfolios, cultivating and maintaining relationships with the company’s clients and local auditors, responding to their inquiries and providing assistance with their requests;
    • organising and preparing agendas and papers for board meetings, committees and annual general meetings (AGMs)
    • attending meetings, taking minutes, drafting resolutions, and lodging required forms and annual returns with the Malta Business Registry
    • following up on actions from meetings
    • maintaining statutory books, including registers of members, directors and secretaries
    • Performing general corporate administration duties and assisting with compliance matters;
    • Drafting corporate documents for review and arranging for their execution and filing;
    • Liaising with the Malta Financial Services Authority, Malta Business Registry and other relevant authorities and stakeholders;
    • A minimum of 2 years' of experience in a similar role in a corporate service provider environment.
    Personal Skills
    • be proficient in written and spoken English;
    • be organised and possess excellent communication skills;
    • have excellent IT proficiency;
    • have the ability to work in a team as well as on his/her own with minimum supervision.


  • Other

    Corporate Services Officer

    We are looking for a person to join our team supporting the insurance clients of Ganado in corporate services.  The person should have a sound knowledge of corporate matters and related registry procedures and will be expected to guide the Boards of regulated entities on such matters.  The candidate should possess diplomacy, good organisational and time management skills and be proficient in secretarial, interpersonal and written/verbal communication skills. Responsibilities:

    • report to the chairman and often liaise with board members
    • organise and prepare agendas and papers for board meetings, committees and annual general meetings (AGMs)
    • take minutes, draft resolutions, and lodge required forms and annual returns with the Registry of Companies
    • follow up on actions from meetings
    • oversee policies, making sure they are kept up to date and referred to the appropriate committee for approval
    • maintain statutory books, including registers of members, directors and secretaries
    • contribute to meeting discussions as and when required, and advise members of the legal, governance implications of proposed policies
    • monitor changes in relevant legislation and the regulatory environment and take appropriate action
    • liaise with external advisers, such as auditors
    Qualifications - Candidates should preferably hold a professional qualification or formal training in a relevant area of study and at least 3 years' experience in a similar role. All applications will be treated in strict confidence.