Private Practice

Senior Employment Lawyer

Senior Employment Lawyer

  • Linklaters are currently seeking a Senior Employment Lawyer (5-7 years' PQE) to join our team in London
  • This is an in-house counsel role to provide other teams commercial employment law and employee relations advice
  • The successful candidate will be an England & Wales qualified lawyer with strong technical knowledge of HR issues
  • Candidates will need the ability to build trust, respect and rapport, along with good personal judgement
  • You will also need to be methodical and thorough in approach to work, as well as adaptable and flexible as required

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