Private Practice

Employment Associate

Employment Associate

  • This is an excellent opportunity for a motivated self-starter to join a successful and friendly team in our Ipswich office in a growing firm which enjoys an excellent reputation.
  • The successful candidate will be expected to play an active role in marketing and practice development as well as providing a high level of service to existing clients.
  • He/she would be expected to attend breakfast and evening events and will be expected to quickly gain the trust and credibility of colleagues, clients and contacts.
  • We are looking for a Solicitor or Associate with employment law experience gained within a well-regarded city, regional or national firm.
  • The successful candidate will have an excellent knowledge of the law yet be able to think commercially and analytically so as to provide accurate and practical advice to company clients and high net worth individuals which is tailored to their needs.

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