Japanese Speaking LPC Graduate / Paralegal

Recruiter
McKinlay Law
Location
London (Greater)
Salary
to £30,000 depending on experience
Posted
07 Apr 2021
Closes
05 May 2021
Job Title
Paralegal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Job title: Japanese Speaking LPC Graduate / Paralegal

Salary: Up to £30,000 depending on experience

Location: Central London

This new role is an ideal opportunity for an LPC graduate with first class academics, who is completely fluent in Japanese and looking to gain quality paralegal experience, to join a prestigious London firm. The work will be a mixture of corporate, litigation and arbitration and this is a tight-knit team, you will be given as much responsibility as you are able to handle.

An exceptional career opportunity to gain experience in a supportive team with potential long term career prospects for the right candidate. Experience in either corporate or litigation work will be beneficial but they are happy to see LPC graduates as well with no experience. It is essential that you are completely fluent in Japanese, have very strong academics and have completed the LPC (or will have finished the LPC in the next few months). Excellent opportunity to gain hands on experience in a smaller environment and to develop your client skills as there will be extensive client contact.

McKinlay Law endeavour to contact all successful candidates within 24 hours. However, due to the volume of applications that we receive, we are not able to respond to every candidate individually. If you have not heard from us within 24 hours your application has been unsuccessful and we have not retained your details.

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