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Solicitor - Employment Law - Reading

Solicitor - Employment Law - Reading

Salary: £31k to £40k - Depending on Experience
Permanent Position

Niche employment law practice based in central Reading seeks a solicitor with 1 to 5 years PQE.

The Company:

Excellent practice looking to expand.
Our client is a niche employment law practice whose Head Office is located in Reading.

They act for employers and individuals throughout the UK in relation to the full range of employment law issues.

Their firm consists of five qualified solicitors as well as support staff.

All of their lawyers practice employment law exclusively.

They act on contentious matters in the Employment Tribunal and the High/County Court as well as advising employers on non-contentious employment matters.
They act for both employers and individuals providing the full range of employment law advice.

Their clients are based in Reading, High Wycombe, Oxford, Swindon and throughout the UK.

Key words: Solicitor, 1 year PQE to 5 year PQE, Employment law

The role:

Solicitor required with minimum of 6 months of PQE to 5 year PQE experience in Employment law


Full time solicitor 6 months to 5 years PQE employment solicitor.

Start ASAP.

Preferable Interview dates: ASAP
Preferable start date: ASAP

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Additional Resources are an Employment Business and an Employment Agency as defined within The Conduct of Employment Agencies & Employment Businesses Regulations 2003.