Court of Protection Paralegal

Location
Manchester
Salary
Competitive + Benefits
Posted
23 Feb 2021
Closes
23 Mar 2021
Ref
1038424-1-IG-8
Contact
Izzie Gilbert
Job Title
Paralegal
PQE Level
2-4, 5-7
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time
Are you a Court of Protection Paralegal in Manchester looking to deal with high quality work with one of the UK's leading Court of Protection departments?

A national full-service law firm with offices across the North West have a rare opportunity for a Paralegal to join their Court of Protection Paralegal department in Manchester. Your new role will see you working alongside very experienced Solicitors and Partners on a variety of high value Court of Protection work including deputyship, PI trusts, litigation support work, deputyship standards and OPG etc.

You'll have real client contact and work with families, professional advisers, social services/local authorities, care providers and other professional bodies. You'll be dealing with high quality and high value work and be fully supported by the wider team and encouraged to reach your full potential and career goals longer term.

You'll be a Paralegal with previous experience dealing with Private Client and Court of Protection matters. You'll be able to work confidently with little to no supervision.

You'll be rewarded with a competitive salary which will be in line with your previous experience along with a comprehensive benefits package.

If you are a Paralegal in Manchester looking to take on a new challenge working with a leading full-service law firm, please apply today or contact Izzie Gilbert.

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