Employment Solicitor (NQ-3)

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Employment Solicitor (NQ-3)

Brighton, East Sussex
Highly competitive
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Chloë Williams
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01273 007152

You’ve spent years studying the law and have begun to recognise the real difference you might make in the lives of others. Where is best to make that difference?

This progressive regional firm is seeking a newly qualified Employment Solicitor with up to 3 years of Post Qualification Experience, or a Chartered Legal Executive, to join the close-knit team of Employment law experts based in their central Brighton office.

As a firm with an ethos of nurturing growth and encouraging flexibility, this is the ideal placement for a newly qualified solicitor to begin their journey of career development. They will encourage you to become a trusted advocate for your clients and expect self-motivation and in return, you will benefit from a trust-oriented, hybrid working environment a stone’s throw from one of Britain’s favourite beaches.

Situate yourself in a prime position to develop as a newly qualified Employment Solicitor under the wing of two partners, working closely with them and learning from their diverse experience across the spectrum of Employment law. Your job will include attending client meetings, drafting legal documents such as settlement agreements, conducting advocacy, and supporting the two Partners within your department.

Ideally, you will have:

  • Employment law experience (If NQ, one seat in Employment)
  • The ability to conduct your own advocacy
  • Confidence when dealing with employees, employers and owner-managers
  • Strong legal drafting skills.

Have you qualified in the past couple of years? Get in touch! We’d love to hear from you.

Contact the Legal Team – Hayley Rose or Chloë – at Harvey John for more information.

The salary bracket advertised is for guidance only and was set by the agency.

Harvey John recruitment is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy.