Banking Paralegal

England, West Midlands
11 Oct 2016
08 Nov 2016
Cassie Bell
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Practice Area
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Full Time

Banking Paralegal, West Midlands - A well established practice is looking to appoint a well rounded Banking Paralegal to provide support to the thriving banking department.


JOB TITLE: Banking Paralegal - West Midlands


LOCATION: West Midlands

SALARY: £Dependant on experience


A particularly impressive West Midlands firm has an opportunity available for a Banking Paralegal to join their expanding team. The team covers the full remit of banking law firm and they have identified the need for an additional paralegal to support the members of the banking department. A skilled Banking Paralegal with circa 12 months experience is required to join a leading law firm in the West Midlands. The successful Banking Paralegal will be expected to provide paralegal support to the busy fee earners which will include opening and closing of files, conducting searches, drafting documents and managing your own caseload of fields. Ideal Paralegals will have experience of working within the banking sector.


With a reputation of attracting the very best solicitors, this firm have a clearly defined strategy of continuous growth and development by the appointment of a Banking Paralegal to their banking team. The banking team works with some of the UK's largest financial institutions and are a highly regarded team offering unrivalled expertise with high level knowledge of the issues affecting the sector and the businesses operating within it.



In addition, if you know any Banking Paralegals who may be interested, remember we do offer up to £500 referral fee bonus (Terms and Conditions apply).

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