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For more than 30 years, PAGBAM has had great international prestige thanks to the high quality services offered. We managed to acquire this level thanks to the quality of our lawyers who have obtained high academic and professional achievements. Many of them have been in the firm from the beginning of their professional career, thanks to the wide possibilities of job growth resulting from the career plan that was carefully designed to be adapted to each of the lawyers.

We currently have different policies and benefits established by our PAGBAM Experience Committee, which is in constant activity to favor our employees’ work environment.

Furthermore, the firm subscribes to different internship programs, with the participation of prestigious universities such as the University of Buenos Aires, Torcuato Di Tella University, Argentine Catholic University, Austral University and the University of San Andrés.

PAGBAM also receives on a regular basis foreign lawyers who work with us for a period of six months. We have received lawyers from France, Germany, Switzerland, Spain, USA and Uruguay.

If you are interested in joining our team, please send us your CV.

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