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March 3, 2004

Attorneys Needed

The Claims Resolution Tribunal ("CRT"), under the supervision of Special Masters Michael Bradfield and Paul A. Volcker, processes Deposited Assets claims to Swiss bank accounts in connection with the Settlement Agreement reached in the Holocaust Victim Assets Litigation in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, Chief Judge Edward R. Korman presiding.

We are seeking talented attorneys to join the CRT team in Zurich, Switzerland. The primary work involves reviewing and evaluating claims submitted to accounts in Swiss banks owned by Victims or Targets of Nazi Persecution against specific criteria. There is occasional contact with survivors by phone to assist them with questions about claims. The priority tasks are to conduct a thorough, objective review of claims, including personal and historical documentation and testimony, and assessment against standards for eligibility for return of assets.


  • Degree in Law;
  • Experience drafting legal documents in English;
  • Other language skills an asset; reading ability in German preferred;
  • Some prior legal experience preferred;
  • Knowledge of Holocaust history preferred;
  • Ability to work within a team;
  • Computer literacy in basic programs: Word, Access, Excel; and
  • Interest in and commitment to the mission of the CRT of fairly resolving the claims of Nazi victims and their heirs to the funds that the victims deposited in Swiss banks.
Please send your application to:
Michele Salzmann
Claims Resolution Tribunal
Postfach 9564,
8036 Zurich, Switzerland
or email to

Only successful candidates will be contacted.
Assistance with securing work visas and housing
will be made available to successful candidates.
  updated: 16 Mar. 2004 21:45
Claims Resolution Tribunal
P.O. Box 9564, 8036 Zurich   Switzerland