Employment Partner – Succession Opportunity

Location
City (London)
Salary
From c. £120,000 + bonus/profit share
Posted
06 Jan 2021
Closes
03 Feb 2021
Ref
AW 3765
Contract
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Experience Level
Partner, Partner-designate

We act for a mid-market London firm which has weathered this particular storm and had a good financial year.

The firm are now looking for an additional London Employment partner because of succession issues within this department in the short to mid-term. The quality of clients is described by the firm as “blue chip” and the department can service both contentious and non-contentious employment work and are net exporters of work and client relationships to other parts of the firm.

In this instance the firm is definitely looking for someone with mainly non-contentious skills. You could either be an existing partner or at the very senior end of Associate or Counsel/Director level and making this your first move into partnership.

It will be important to display and show evidence of good client skills, however a “nailed-on” book may not be as necessary a requirement – particularly at more junior levels. Though, helpful. Compensation will be determined by experience, cultural compatibility as well as the usual metrics.

For more details, and in absolute confidence, please contact Andy Wintle at andy@cayleycoughtrie.com or on 020 3995 6818/07802 448 436

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