Private Practice

Employment Associate

Employment Associate

  • About the Firm: The Employment practice is led by "first-class practitioner" Nicholas Robertson and is recognised for its strength in litigation. Other areas of expertise for Robertson include senior executive recruitments and terminations, trade union issues, corporate reorganisations and outsourcing matters.
  • About the role: We have a vacancy for an Employment Associate.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your excellent knowledge and understanding of handling and resolving technical legal issues.
  • Opportunities: You will have the responsibility to take responsibility for your own actions and take responsibility for tasks as appropriate.
  • And more: The Employment practice is led by "first-class practitioner" Nicholas Robertson and is recognised for its strength in litigation. Other areas of expertise for Robertson include senior executive recruitments and terminations, trade union issues, corporate reorganisations and outsourcing matters. (Legal 500 2018).

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