Litigation Paralegal

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England, West Midlands, Birmingham
12 Apr 2021
10 May 2021
James Wilson
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Contract Type
Full Time

My client, an excellent Law firm with a number of offices around the UK are currently recruiting for a Litigation Paralegal to join their offices in Birmingham with remote working options available.

The Role:

As the successful Litigation Paralegal, you will be situated in the Subrogated and Recoveries team. You will have a range of duties and responsibilities which will largely involve managing your own caseload of Subrogated recovery files and claimant Pre-Litigation / Litigation matters.

Other duties include:

  • Drafting legal documents
  • Engage in negotiations.
  • Draft court proceedings

You will also be required to assist fee earners on more complex cases when required to do so.



In order to be suitable for this role, you will be able to demonstrate substantial experience working within a claimant Litigation department and have managed a caseload of your own. Ideally, this will be within Subrogated recoveries or in a different area of recovery work.

It is important you have excellent communication skills, have good experience of Civil Litigation protocols and can thrive in a fast paced environment.



  • Salary DOE £18,000-£22,000
  • Remote working options up to 4 days



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