EMPLOYMENT SOLICITOR, LONDON, 4 - 7 PQE*

Location
London (Greater) (GB)
Salary
£90,000 to £120,000
Posted
20 Sep 2016
Closes
20 Oct 2016
Ref
LW10393
Practice Area
Employment
Contract Type
Full time, Permanent

EMPLOYMENT SOLICITOR, LONDON, 4 - 7 PQE*

A leading international firm is seeking a mid-senior level Employment associate to join its top tier Employment practice.

The Firm and the Employment practice

This highly rated international firm with offices in every corner of the world is known for delivering the highest quality advice and working on the most challenging of matters.  The firm has provided sophisticated advice and legal services to many of the world’s most dynamic and successful organisations.  The firm has the fluency to deliver a broad scope of quality legal services consistently, with confidence and sensitivity for cultural, social and legal practice differences.  The firm is guided by an entrepreneurial spirit and a diverse and welcoming culture.

The Employment practice at this firm is the largest in the world and is top tier rated.   The practice has deep experience in handling multijurisdictional assignments with specialised local expertise, which enables the practice to work across borders, industries and practice areas to fulfil clients’ employment law needs.  The practice advises on a full range of contentious and non-contentious employment issues including tribunal work, general corporate support, TUPE issues and advising high net worth individuals.  

The Role

The ideal candidate for the role will have/be:

  • 4 - 7 PQE* of UK Employment law matters
  • experience of general employment advisory work
  • technically very strong
  • trained and practiced at an established employment practice

Going forward

For a confidential discussion, please contact Nishi Gandesha of RedLaw on 020 3815 6809 or by email at nishi.gandesha@redlawrecruitment.com quoting reference LW10393.

*Please note that any reference to PQE should be seen as a guide and candidates with a different level of experience will still be considered.