This international law firm is ranked Tier 1 for employment work. They are looking for an Employment lawyer to join their successful team in London.
The role will involve advising a variety of clients (employers and employees) on both contentious and non-contentious employment law, including: discrimination; restrictive covenants; HR advisory; TUPE; unfair dismissal; redundancies; settlement agreements; data theft, the misappropriation of confidential information; the employment aspects of corporate transactions and other contractual issues. Alongside day-to-day advisory work, there will be the opportunity to advise on litigious matters in the Employment Tribunal, High Court and appellate courts.
Clients include employers and employees from a range of sectors including: financial services; fashion; luxury goods; retail; recruitment; media; sport and life sciences.
The ideal candidate will have the following key skills:
2-6 years PQE gained in employment law from a reputable practice
Strong academic record
Solid transactional, advisory and litigation experience desirable
Experience of representing both corporates and individuals desirable but not essential
Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills
Excellent writing skills, with strong drafting abilities
Ability to effectively manage own workload, undertaking a truly client facing role
Ability to communicate effectively with people at all levels, both internally and with clients
Ability to work independently and as part of a team
Personable and confident, able to build relationships with colleagues, clients and external organisations
Resilient and calm under pressure
Adaptable and flexible approach
Pro-active and takes initiative
If you wish to receive more information or be considered for the position, or others that may be suitable, please send your CV to or contact Anna Craig at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0207 400 2023.
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