We are looking for a highly skilled and experienced Benefits and EMI Lawyer, with a minimum of 7 years of post-qualification experience (PQE) to join a highly experienced consultancy firm based in London. In this role, you will provide expert legal advice and support to clients on a range of employee benefits, executive compensation, and equity-based incentive matters. This is an excellent opportunity for a self-motivated Lawyer who is looking to work on a flexible consultancy basis, while contributing to challenging and high-impact legal projects.
- Providing legal advice and counsel on all aspects of employee benefits, executive compensation, and equity-based incentive programs.
- Drafting, reviewing, and negotiating complex agreements related to employee benefits and equity incentives.
- Staying up-to-date with relevant laws and regulations affecting employee benefits and equity-based compensation.
- Conducting legal research and analysis to support client cases and projects.
- Collaborating with colleagues and clients to develop strategic legal solutions.
- Ensuring compliance with all relevant legal and regulatory requirements.
- England & Wales qualified solicitor with a minimum of 7 years of post-qualification experience (PQE) as a lawyer specialising in employee benefits and EMI matters.
- Strong knowledge of relevant laws and regulations.
- Excellent drafting, negotiation, and research skills.
- Proven ability to provide practical and strategic legal advice.
- Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills.
- Self-motivated and able to work independently.
- Demonstrated ability to manage multiple projects and priorities.
- Membership in the relevant bar association or law society.
Although this company is based in London, there is an option to work either in the office, hybrid or fully remote. Candidates will need to be England & Wales/Australian or New Zealand qualified, but can be based anywhere in the world.
This role is perfect for someone already working on a consultancy basis trying to bolster their own work. The successful candidate can expect around 8 hours of work per week, which can be spread across multiple days.