Employment Law – Channel Islands

Practice Area: Employment Law
Level: NQ, Assistant
Section: Law Firm
Location: Channel Islands
Ref: FW7114

This leading international law firm is currently recruiting an Employment Law Associate (NQ to 3 years pqe) based in Jersey. The team advises employers on their rights/duties under Jersey and Guernsey law; drafting and amending contractual documentation and policies; business licensing, housing and immigration; assisting corporate teams with due diligence and transaction support; and the full scope of advising on, preparing for and supporting employment litigation in the local tribunals and Royal Court.


Your responsibilities will also include:
·Assisting in developing and expanding client relationships important to the Firm’s success, at the same time becoming a valued resource to clients.
·Participating in the development of the practice’s know-how, and actively participating in thought leadership events such as conferences, seminars, client presentations and internal training. This will include regular trips to Guernsey to participate in events.
·Provide technically sound advice and a highly responsive service to clients and support colleagues, senior counsel and partners on all client matters.

If you are ambitious and are considering moving to the Channel Islands this could be the role for you. If this position interests you, please get in touch with Frasia or Teddie for an initial and confidential discussion. (Assignment 12557)



teddie@frasiawright.com   https://th.linkedin.com/in/teddie-wright-7b017ab7

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