Company Commercial Paralegal

England, Bedfordshire
17 Oct 2016
14 Nov 2016
Rachel Barnett
Job Title
Practice Area
Company / Commercial
Contract Type
Full Time

Company Commercial Paralegal - Bedfordshire - required to join a leading law firm at a time of growth and expansion

JOB TITLE: Company & Commercial Paralegal
LOCATION: Bedfordshire
SALARY: £Excellent

An exciting opportunity has arisen for ambitious Paralegal with a keen interest in corporate & commercial law. If you have a law degree and are looking to progress your career long term with a leading law firm with ambitious growth plans . Offering training and excellent long-term career development opportunities, there is plenty of scope for personal development with this practice so if you have the passion and experience to deliver excellent services and have the resilience to thrive in a challenging environment we want to hear from you. The role will involve assisting the head of department in a wide variety of projects were you will be focused on advising on a mixed caseload of corporate and commercial matters.

The successfully appointment Paralegal must have a law degree as an absolute minimum. Completion of the LPC would be advantageous, although not essential. Support will be given to complete this in due course. If you are bright and looking to develop your legal career as a Company & Commercial Paralegal, then this could be the perfect role for you.

A leading regional law firm who are an innovative practice and well established in the local market. Constantly evolving with the ever changing law and adapting to business and commercial pressures the firm are committed to providing appropriate solutions and excellent customer service.


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