Employment Lawyer 3+ pqe

Location
England, Merseyside, Liverpool
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
22 Feb 2021
Closes
22 Mar 2021
Ref
3908177
Contact
Oliver Gibbon
Job Title
Solicitor
Practice Area
Employment
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Employment lawyer sought by high profile Liverpool law firm.

Your new company

This Liverpool law firm has an excellent reputation.


Your new role

This employment solicitor role will see you handle a caseload that is predominantly contentious in flavour. Working with good quality clients you can expect to be involved in whistleblowing, discrimination and unfair dismissal claims.


What you'll need to succeed

You should be an employment lawyer with 3+ years' pqe who has good contentious and Tribunal advocacy experience.


What you'll get in return

This employment solicitor role will see you work for an extremely successful team handling top quality work. The firm can provide a very progressive environment. The salary is negotiable depending on your experience. You can expect to enjoy plenty of home, agile and flexible working.

What you need to do now

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