Private Practice

Associate - Employment

Associate - Employment

  • Seeking an ambitious Associate (2-6 years' PQE) to join the Employment Team in our London office
  • Our clients range from start-ups to emerging multinationals and some of the biggest and best-known global brands
  • You will help clients drive consistency, deliver cost savings, and identify and manage their priorities and risks
  • You will have strong Employment experience gained in a leading firm and deep understanding of key technical issues
  • You will also have excellent skills in communication, client relations and team-working

DLA Piper UK LLP

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