An excellent opportunity has arisen at a top city firm for a Litigation Paralegal.
The firm are award winning and are highly ranked in Chambers in a number of different departments. This role sits with the Real Estate team who boast an impressive client base of well-known retail chains, shopping centres, luxury hotel brands and top property companies.
The Litigation Paralegal can look forward to handling their own files on behalf of these top clients, looking after their Property Portfolios and the litigation that arises from this. This is a very hands on role and you can look forward to seeing the whole litigation process from inception through to court.
Due to the level of responsibility and client contact the Litigation Paralegal will be given, they do require someone with prior litigation experience. They feel someone who has worked at a small or mid-sized city firm will have the right level of autonomy required for the role. Any experience with Real Estate or Property Litigation will be ideal.
Alongside this experience the Litigation Paralegal will also need stellar academics, including A’s at A-Level, a 2.1 and ideally Commendation or Distinction in the LPC.
This firm has a proven track record of offering their talented Paralegals training contracts with the firm. If you are an aspiring future trainee who can demonstrate the above education and experience requirements, this is an ideal role for you!
They are ideally looking for the Litigation Paralegal to start end of September so send your CV through today!
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