Former Justice Minister Monica Mæland becomes a partner in one of Norway’s largest law firms

Monica MælandPhoto: Terje Pedersen / NTB
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Monica Mæland will work as a lawyer again. She is becoming a partner in Schjødt, one of Norway’s largest law firms.

“Others are better than me at sitting in the Norwegian parliament (Storting). I am very happy we have good people who want to do it, who do a job for all of us, for the community,” Mæland told the newspaper Dagens Næringsliv.

She will join the industrial team in Schjødt, one of five large areas in the law firm, Olav Kolstad, partner and chairman of the board in Schjødt, stated.

“I get to work with the business community, which I love and cheer on. As Minister of Trade and Industry, I traveled around the country and the coast and visited companies, at home and abroad. I perceive that Schjødt is doing groundbreaking work by bringing in a politician with my experience,” Mæland said.

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