Commercial Dispute Resolution Paralegal

England, London
£22000 - £26000 per annum
13 Oct 2016
10 Nov 2016
Seb Allen
Job Title
PQE Level
2-4, NQ
Contract Type
Full Time
CRA Legal is working with a small London based client during the early stages of the company. The company provides a general counsel service to clients on a consultancy service and assists with commercial disputes. The current client base is a mix of high net worth individuals, financial companies and other legal practices. The benefit to clients is they do not need an in house legal team or use traditional law firms at higher costs.

The position will be working closely alongside the director and former renowned city based lawyer. The work is a mix of consultancy covering project work and retained work on an annual basis. The company has access to several serviced offices across London all central and west end locations. When not in these offices you will be at clients offices, which is done 5 days a month for each client. Delivery of expert service and client care is essential as business is won by client referrals.

This is a small outfit at present, however, for the right person it will be a very interesting position where you will gain excellent experience dealing with an array of different clients and of course disputes in the commercial world.

The person for this position will be an LPC graduate with some relevant experience, specifically with dispute resolution and litigation experience. Further to this you must have experience of handling and progressing cases and doing so in a timely matter. You must also be an excellent communicator who can hold their own with difficult clients.

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