Private Practice

Employment Solicitor

Employment Solicitor

  • We are currently looking for a Solicitor, FCILEx or Senior Paralegal to join our growing Employment team based in our Leeds office.
  • You will support the existing Employment team with non-contentious work, run a caseload of legal expense insurer files and supervise junior case handlers.
  • Employment law experience is essential.
  • You'll run a case load of Employment Tribunal claims, including drafting pleadings, drafting witness statements, negotiating settlements, conducting advocacy at Preliminary Hearings and instructing counsel, as necessary.
  • Previous employment legal expense insurer experience is desirable.

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