Senior Employment Lawyer

£50000 - £70000 per annum
05 Oct 2017
02 Nov 2017
LS 125379
Loraine Silvester
Sector/Practice Area
Vacancy Type
Lawyers, Private Practice
Legal 200 firm based in Wimbledon are seeking to hire a talented senior solicitor to join their Chambers ranked Employment department. This is a key role in the team and as such has excellent partnership prospects.  
This role has a good workflow of both advisory and contentious matters; clients range from start-ups to SME’s to multi nationals advising on their HR matters, contracts of employment, policies & handbooks. To advised clients and employees on employment disputes, dismissals, compromise agreements and advocacy at Employment tribunals up to High Court.

The ideal candidate will be an Employment Solicitor with 8 years + PQE, commercially minded,  have the technical and communication skills required to provide the highest level of client service and be able to work as part of a team. You will be able to confidently advise on contentious and non-contentious employment matters to predominately corporate but also private clients  

Candidates with expertise in advising on TUPE matters and post termination restrictions, including advising  clients in High Court injunction application proceedings and restrictive covenant work, would be at an advantage. 

The Employment department have an active presence in the market through presenting seminars, writing articles and training sessions. 
This is a supportive firm who enjoy developing their staff to be the best and offer competitive salaries with a comprehensive salary package.
If this role sounds of interest then apply to Loraine Silvester at G2 Legal or call for a confidential chat on 01273 289000.

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