ENSafrica bolsters employment team with new executive hire
ENSafrica, Africa’s largest law firm
, is pleased to welcome Lauren Salt
as an executive in our employment department.
Lauren has substantial experience in advising a number of notable clients on a wide range of employment related matters. She has specialist expertise in employment dispute resolution, employment compliance (including affirmative action requirements) and pension law, specifically in a transactional context.
In addition, Lauren is also an expert in advising clients on their global mobility, particularly throughout Africa.
Brian Patterson, head of ENSafrica’s employment department, said, “It is a key priority of ENSafrica to attain top talent, and we think that Lauren’s appointment is a reflection of this commitment.”
“We are confident that Lauren’s skill set and impressive history of working on significant matters will be instrumental in reinforcing our position as leader in the market, and her litigation experience will also augment our offering,” added ENSafrica employment executive Joe Mothibi.
ENSafrica is an independent law firm with over 200 years of experience
. The firm has over 600 practitioners
in 14 offices on the continent, in Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
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