Our successful Employment Group is growing.
12KBW is seeking to recruit established Employment practitioners.
Our Employment Group has recently been ranked in Chambers and Partners (London (Bar)) and has a need for established, ambitious and dynamic employment law specialists to meet its ever-growing workload. It is an opportunity to further develop your practice in employment and one of 12KBW’s other core areas.
12KBW’s employment and discrimination team handles the full spectrum of employment, discrimination and commercial employment cases. The group “stand[s] out for its impressive claimant-side employment practice” (Chambers), and its “strength in the cross-over between employment and personal injury law” (Legal 500).
12KBW is widely recognised as a leading Chambers in its core specialist areas of Personal Injury, Industrial Disease, Clinical Negligence and Employment and continues to be at the forefront of many of the most significant cases in its practice areas.
Applicants should submit a written application, providing a summary of their career and business plan, describing how they would complement Chambers’ existing strengths and show their commitment to developing their practice in employment. All information will be treated in the strictest confidence.
Applications should be addressed and submitted to William Audland QC, Head of Chambers via email email@example.com by 30/09/22. If you wish to discuss a potential application in confidence then please contact Oliver Parkhouse, Director of Clerking via firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7415 8342.
12KBW is committed to principles of equality, diversity and social mobility and has recently published its Race Action Plan. We encourage all potential applicants to consider an application to 12KBW irrespective of disability, race, sex, sexual orientation, age, religion, or social/economic disadvantage. We particularly encourage applications from ethnic minority candidates and from those with non-traditional backgrounds who are currently under-represented at the bar.”