Employment Solicitor

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England, West Midlands, Birmingham
18 Oct 2019
15 Nov 2019
David Burgess
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Full time
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Employment Solicitor - Birmingham 4yr+ PQE

An Employment Solicitor (4 years + PQE) is required to join a prestigious law firm who have a leading national presence. They are looking for an Employment Solicitor to assist their Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners rated team in Birmingham city centre.

The role will involve working on a range of contentious and non-contentious matters including general employment advisory work, the handling of employment tribunal claims, whistleblowing, high profile cases, advising on reorganisation and redundancy issues and the application of healthcare legislation to routine employment law scenarios.

The ideal candidate will work for a national or strong regional firm with Employment who is working as an Employment Solicitor elsewhere but is looking for a step up in their career.

This is a fantastic opportunity to join a Top 100 Firm, progress your career in Employment and be exposed to quality work whilst working on high profile cases.

Get your CV to me today for immediate consideration.

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