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Labor & Employment Attorney Job Description

An Employment attorney focuses on legal issues that arise from the employer/employee relationship. Employment attorneys interpret and provide advice on many different kinds of employment laws, including wage and hour laws, workplace safety, rest break laws, disability leave laws, workplace harassment, employee discrimination, and wrongful discharge. Some Employment attorneys litigate cases in court and others provide assistance to companies crafting company policies and employee handbooks.



Here are a few sample employment attorney job descriptions:

Employment Attorney

The candidate should have hands-on experience in handling employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters, and have had first-chair experience handling employment jury and/or court trials. Solid law school and professional credentials required. Business litigators with first-chair trial experience, particularly in employment cases, will also be considered.

Labor and Employment Attorney

The candidate should be specializing in labor and employment law. Hands-on experience in employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters is required.

Seeking an Employment Attorney with hands-on experience handling employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters, and have had first-chair experience handling employment jury and/or court trials. Solid law school and professional credentials are required. Business litigators with first-chair trial experience, particularly in employment cases, will also be considered.

Labor and Employment Attorney

The candidate must have hands-on experience in employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters.   

Seeking Attorney specializing in labor and employment law. Hands-on experience in employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters is required. Will handle transactional and litigation matters for both public and private companies.   

Seeking an Employment Attorney with 6+ years of hands-on experience handling employment cases, including wrongful termination, discrimination and wage and hour matters, and have had first-chair experience handling employment jury and/or court trials. Solid law school and professional credentials are required. Business litigators with first-chair trial experience, particularly in employment cases, will also be considered.

Employment Law Attorney

The candidate should have 5-10 years of experience. There is a preference for an attorney with employment litigation experience but would consider attorneys who are experienced in counseling. Must need to have a book of business of $100,000. 

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