Private Practice
  • About the firm: Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which offers a broad range of legal services tailored to the needs of businesses and individuals from offices in London, Basingstoke, Cambridge, Guildford, Oxford and Reading.
  • The Role: We are seeking to appoint an Employment Associate to work in our Birmingham office.
  • Looking for: We are looking to secure your relevant experience of employment law during their training contract or any other prior relevant experience.
  • Opportunities: You will have the opportunity to undertake tribunal litigation and advice, with possibly a small amount of non-contentious work.
  • And more: Our lawyers are also recognised for their expertise in life sciences, education, retail, sports and entertainment and international trade. In these areas, we're acknowledged for our unparalleled market insight.

Penningtons Manches Cooper LLP

Penningtons Manches LLP is a leading UK law firm which provides high quality legal advice tailored to both businesses and individuals.

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