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Employment Solicitor

REF: JC-139970

Are you an Employment Solicitor looking for a new role in the London area? This modern and long established firm is ranked highly for its Employment team by the Legal 500 and other legal directories. They employ a number of top class lawyers and are regarded as leaders in their field. The firm is in an exciting period of growth, taking on more than 30 staff across various teams in recent months. The client base is an impressive mix of household names and blue chip companies, offering employment advice at all levels. To succeed in this application, you will possess the following: - A UK qualified Solicitor with at least 1-5 years’ PQE - Have recent and relevant experience offering advice to respondents - Be skilled technically and able to collaborate with others In return, you will receive excellent levels of remuneration, extensive benefit package, great team/ethos, and career prospects. This is a unique opportunity for an aspiring, junior Employment Solicitor to join a leading Employment team in the London area. For more information on this Employment Solicitor position, or to apply, send your CV today for immediate consideration. About us Formed in 1999, G2 Legal Limited is one of the largest, privately owned legal recruitment companies with offices throughout the UK and in Sydney, Australia. We are a fully accredited member of APSCO. Please visit our website for more information on the services we provide and current opportunities.

  • Private Practice
  • Central London
  • Permanent

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Jude Cornelli
Telephone: 0207 649 9298
Email jude.cornelli@g2legal.com

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