Employment law relates to all matters concerning the workplace, specifically the rights of both employers and employees.
Employment is a cycle from initial hiring to contract termination – making it an incredibly varied practice area. Employment law is constantly changing, so prospective lawyers will need to be able to keep up with legal developments.
There are many rewarding elements to a career in employment law, but there is also a great deal of exposure to difficult and highly sensitive matters, meaning that Employment Lawyers need to be empathetic yet able to exercise good judgement.
In this Employment Lawyer job description, we give an overview of what the role involves, as well as salary expectations and the steps required to build a career in employment law.
We have a variety of Employment Lawyer job vacancies live on TotallyLegal – ranging from NQ to Partner level across the UK.
Would you like to take part in an interview about your experience as a Employment Lawyer? If so, we would love to hear from you. Get in touch on firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more.