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Provide Administrative report to busy Employment Lawyer Typing, proofreading, handling correspondence, photocopying, and other general duties Answering telephones, taking accurate messages Requirements include: A minimum of one to two years administrative support experience in a legal setting Must have attention to detail and be a self starter Good skills in Outlook, Word, Excel, and PowerPo...
floritbrooke San Francisco, CA
In-house Commercial or Employment Lawyer Location: Northumberland Our client is looking to appoint a part time generalist lawyer in an in-house legal role in the North East. This is a purely part-time position which would suit a qualified solicitor or barrister looking to work 3 or 4 days per week. The role involves advising a group of companies on a variety of legal and commercial business pr...
AppNexus is seeking a bright, energetic employment lawyer for our Legal & Business Affairs team. In this role, you will report directly to the General Counsel and will advise the company on employment issues ranging from acquisition-related matters to zero-tolerance policies and compliance, compensation, hiring, terminations, and more. You will draft and revise employment-related agreements and po...
SUMMARY: This position is responsible for providing expert advice on employment-related legal matters, focusing particularly on managing matters that result in litigation or pre-litigation demands or complaints. The Employment Lawyer will be expected to be knowledgeable in the full array of employment-related issues that arise in the workplace and have experience in litigating such matters. ESSE...
Thomson Reuters New York, NY
Description Responsibilities Practical Law US is looking for a Labor and Employment Editor to work on resources for our online services. The Editor will: Develop ideas for labor and employment content to be published on Practical Law’s online services. Establish and maintain relationships with external law firm contributors in labor and employment. Write, edit, and update labor and employment...
Our client is looking for a temporary Labor and Employment State Specialist contractors to work on resources for our online services. Remote work from 20-40 hours per week. Responsibilities: • Write, edit, and update state-specific labor and employment resources, including checklists, standard forms and policies, and other state-specific legal content. • Be available to answer questions and per...
Our client is looking for a temporary Labor and Employment State Specialist contractors to work on resources for our online services. Remote work from 20-40 hours per week. Responsibilities: • Write, edit, and update state-specific labor and employment resources, including checklists, standard forms and policies, and other state-specific legal content. • Be available to answer questions and per...
Our client is looking for a temporary Labor and Employment State Specialist contractors to work on resources for our online services. Remote work from 20-40 hours per week. Responsibilities: • Write, edit, and update state-specific labor and employment resources, including checklists, standard forms and policies, and other state-specific legal content. • Be available to answer questions and per...
Our client is looking for a temporary Labor and Employment State Specialist contractors to work on resources for our online services. Remote work from 20-40 hours per week. Responsibilities: • Write, edit, and update state-specific labor and employment resources, including checklists, standard forms and policies, and other state-specific legal content. • Be available to answer questions and per...
Our client is looking for a temporary Labor and Employment State Specialist contractors to work on resources for our online services. Remote work from 20-40 hours per week. Responsibilities: • Write, edit, and update state-specific labor and employment resources, including checklists, standard forms and policies, and other state-specific legal content. • Be available to answer questions and per...
beaconhill Texas, TX
Texas Labor & Employment Attorney Location: --Texas The Dallas office of Beacon Hill Legal is looking for Labor and Employment State Specialist Editor contractors, with substantial experience in labor and employment law in Texas. Candidates must be licensed in and have gained their Labor & Employment experience in the State of Texas. This is a remote position that will average between 20-40 hou...
austenlloyd San Francisco, CA
Senior Employment Solicitor We are looking for a Senior Employment Solicitor with in excess of five years of Employment experience to play a leading role within this highly regarded Employment department based in Cambridgeshire. This is an excellent firm and you will be dealing with national as well as international Employment matters whilst working with a range of high level clients. This is a...
CORPORATE SECTOR New York, NY
Job Description JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2 trillion and operations in more than 60 countries. The firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers, small business and commercial banking, financial transaction processing, asset management, and private equity. As an employment lawyer in the Human Resources ...

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