Private Practice

Employment Lawyer

Employment Lawyer

  • The team undertakes a variety of work particularly advising on employment status, contractual arrangements and systems, reorganisations, redundancies, TUPE and supporting transactions.
  • The applicant will be an employment lawyer with a good range of training experience including an employment seat.
  • The applicant must have a high level of technical knowledge with regards to UK employment law.
  • Familiarity with contracts and policies, due diligence reporting, redundancy/reorganisation/TUPE transfers, employment status and holiday pay would be helpful.
  • In addition, a successful applicant will have the ability to get up to speed quickly on esoteric areas and be keen to continue developing his/her legal skills and engage in new areas of work. Strong project management skills are a must.

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