Private Practice
  • About the Firm: Clarke Wilmott are Leading solicitors advising individuals and businesses based in the UK and overseas on complex matters, including those with a cross-border element.
  • About the role: We are seeking to appoint an Employment Associate, with a minimum of three years’ PQE, to work in our Southampton office.
  • Looking for: Among your key attributes, we are looking to secure your good experience of handling Tribunal cases for employers; your experience in prepared those cases from their inception through to final hearing; and your experience in managing and complying with directions, including detailed discovery exercises and witness statement preparation.
  • Opportunities: You will be afforded the opportunity to be involved in a broad mix of contentious and some non-contentious work primarily supporting our corporate clients. Your time will be split between disputes and general advisory work with some corporate support work from time to time.
  • And More: We want to invest in your career and help you to become a recognised expert in your own right, so you will have plenty of opportunity for one-to-one development and encouragement from the wider team.

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