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Labor & Employment Associate

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Law Firm

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Valid Through

Jan 27, 2022

Posted on

Oct 14, 2021

Years of Experience

1-5 yrs required


Charlotte, NC, United States

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Labor & Employment >> Labor & Employment
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Labor & Employment Associate
The candidate will assist in litigation, employment advice and counseling, contract drafting, and collaboration with corporate teams regarding employment aspects of transactions. Must possess exceptional written and oral communication skills, and excellent academic credentials. Should preferably have 1-5 years of experience in the area of labor and employment law. Must be licensed in North Carolina or have the ability to become licensed.

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Hiring Coordinator
Womble Bond Dickinson
One Wachovia Center
Suite 3500 , 301 South College Street
Charlotte, NC 28202-6037

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