Private Practice
  • About the Firm: We are a top 50 law firm with 194 partners and around 1,700 staff in total. We have 13 locations in the UK and a significant international network.
  • About the Role: With an exciting agenda for growth in mind, we are looking for talented, passionate employment lawyers from 5 years’ PQE upwards to join our team. Your role would cover London and/or the Thames Valley office and some homeworking would also be considered for the right candidate.
  • Looking for: You could be a generalist or have developed niche expertise in one of the areas of work we cover such as immigration. We will be impressed by ambitious lawyers with strong client relationships and a desire to work within a collaborative team to make their mark.
  • Opportunities: Tell us what you’re looking for in a move. Do you want more responsibility or a greater level or autonomy? Do you want a say in the type of work you do and more client contact? Do you want a clear path to promotion? We really think we have something different to offer you here and would value the chance to meet you and discuss further if you’re interested in joining us.
  • And more: We enjoy a varied case load across these 2 locations and have an impressive track record in ET and EAT cases.

Shoosmiths LLP

Shoosmiths is a major UK law firm with a network of offices working together as one national team.

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