Maib and Gladei&Partners Law firm support meritocracy, talent and diligence. For the seventh consecutive year, based on an essay competition, two students or postgraduate students of the Faculty of Law will each have the opportunity to receive an academic scholarship in the amount of the tuition fee for the academic year 2022-2023. In addition, Gladei&Partners offer a one-month professional internship within the office. The Faculty of Law of the State University of Moldova (USM) is the academic partner of the project.
Giorgi Shagidze, maib CEO
„Investing in education is a valuable contribution a company can make to the development of society. Since it was founded, maib has been supporting universities all over the country. We contributed to the modernization of study spaces, aligning programs with European standards, offered merit-based scholarships to students who demonstrated a track record of success. When these students graduate we welcome them with open arms in our maib team.
Our partnerships with universities are the most valuable ones because they represent our investment in the future of maib. I would like to thank Gladei & Partners for partnership”.
Roger Gladei, Managing Partner of Gladei&Partners
"Seven years ago we initiated the Merit Scholarship project as we desired to help young talents. During all these years, we convinced ourselves that young people have a great desire to excel, and the candidates’ essays have been better, more thoughtful and real. I am sure that the partnership with maib, which is based on shared values, will raise the project to a new level and allow more young people to develop a career at home”.
In the contest, senior-year undergraduate or postgraduate’s students from the Law Faculty of any university in Moldova can participate, with full time attendance, based on a contract or budget funding. The participation file must include:
- The CV
- An essay in Romanian on “Capping interest in credit agreements: (how) to hold with the hare and run with the hounds?”
Drafting rules: max. 2 pages, Times New Roman 12, 1.1 spacing, Harvard citation style will be used.
Participation files can be sent online to email@example.com until October 2, 2022.
The selection of finalists will be based on the essay. Candidates with the best essays will be invited on October 8, at 12:00, at the USM Faculty of Law (study building no.2), to present them in front of the Evaluation Committee, which will include representatives of the Glade&Partners Office, maib, but also from the Faculty of Law of the USM. Candidates will have 10 minutes to present the essay, after which they will answer questions from the committee members.
Any questions related to the contest can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The maib team consists of over 2,400 employees, representing over a quarter of the employees of the banking sector in the country. Maib is considered by the Moldovan graduate students to be the best employer, being also the best-known employer brand out of 12 companies proposed to the students to choose from. At the same time, the company is among the top employment preferences of university graduates, according to the report "Employer Branding & Graduates Career Aspiration Survey". At the beginning of the current year, the specialized job platform delucru.md also ranked maib in the Top 5 best employers in the country.
The appreciation of clients and colleagues (the office is rated at the highest level by the international rankings Legal 500, Chambers Global and IFLR1000) comes from the achievements on the legal projects in which the members of the office provide legal assistance. The office's clients are international financial institutions, transnational and foreign companies, government agencies and professional associations, but also, last but not least, start-ups or budding local entrepreneurs. The social responsibility of the office members is expressed through participation in the projects initiated by Hai Moldova, CCF Moldova, ELSA and ASD, but also through the direct support of some people.
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