Private Wealth Disputes Paralegal 12-18mnths

Taylor Root
England, Surrey, Guildford
19 Feb 2021
19 Mar 2021
George Russell
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Contract Type
Full Time

We have an exciting new opportunity for a paralegal to join the Private Wealth Disputes team at a very prestigious law firm, based in Guildford. The firm has offices worldwide and has been ranked as top tier in Contentious Trusts and Personal tax by the Legal 500.

This role would suit a highly motivated individual who has previous paralegal experience within Disputes. This is a great opportunity for a Private Wealth Disputes Paralegal to assist fee earners in providing a quality service to their client base. The position is a fixed term contract for 12/18 months in their Guildford Office.

Your responsibilities will involve supporting and assisting Associates, undertaking research tasks, reviewing documents, proof reading, providing billing assistance, and keeping records up to date. Daily tasks will also include undertaking knowledge management for the team and completing administrative tasks such as typing, printing, copying, faxing, and filing.

Please only apply if you have previous paralegal experience within disputes and/or private wealth.

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