EMPLOYMENT LAWYER, LONDON, 5+ PQE*

Location
City of London
Salary
£90,000 to £110,000
Posted
21 Sep 2016
Closes
21 Oct 2016
Ref
LW12908
Practice Area
Employment
Contract Type
Full time, Permanent

EMPLOYMENT LAWYER, LONDON, 5+ PQE*

A leading global law firm is looking to recruit a 5+ PQE* Employment lawyer to join its growing London team. 

The Firm and the Practice

The firm combines local in-depth legal knowledge with a truly global platform.  The firm offers a different perspective to commercial thinking and the client experience by working with clients every day to understand local challenges and navigate through regional complexity.  With access to a global platform, the firm provides commercial solutions and is transforming the way legal services are delivered.

The firm’s Employment practice manages the legal, commercial and reputational risks associated with employment, occupational health and safety, and industrial relations issues.  The London practice works across sectors to advise employers on their most important asset – their people.  The practice’s expertise covers a full range of sensitive personnel issues including dismissal, protecting confidentiality, employment tribunals and team moves. 

The associates in the practice act as a trusted partner to guide their clients through contentious and non-contentious employment law issues, EU and regulatory change.

The Role

The ideal candidate for the role will have/be:

-5+ PQE* of Employment matters.

-      a good level on contentious experience.

-Technically excellent.

-Trained and practiced at an established Employment practice.

The role offers excellent career progression opportunities and genuine partnership track opportunities for the right person.

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 LW12908.

*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.