An Employment Solicitor is required for a market leading law firm at their office based in Leicester. Salary is up to £43K dependant on experience.
A forward-thinking and modern law firm, my client holds one of the largest Employment Law teams in Leicester, offering legal services to a mixed range of clients nationwide. A legal 500 firm, my client offers an excellent working environment, with a commitment to developing talent at every level.
The team consists of 1 Partner, 1 Director, 1 Solicitor, 1 Secretary/Paralegal and are looking to recruit a number of 1 -3 years PQE Employment Solicitors to join this leading law firm dealing with Contentious and None Contentious with 95% being respondant matters.
The successful candidate will be required to work alongside a Partner or Senior Associate, and will be confident in providing excellent Employment Law advice to a wide range of clients. You will be required to work efficiently as part of a team, and be confident in your ability to outsource dictation. Previous experience of dealing with Respondant matters is essential.
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a well regarded Legal 500 law firm who deal with high quality work and offer excellent career prospects for their Employment Solicitors.
Please contact Chris Hodgson, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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