Private Client Paralegal

Location
England, County Durham, Durham
Salary
£18000.00 - £24000.00 per annum
Posted
04 May 2021
Closes
01 Jun 2021
Ref
144578
Contact
Chloe Smith
Job Title
Paralegal
Practice Area
Private Client
PQE Level
10+, 2-4, 5-7, 8-10
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Experienced Private Client paralegal sought in Durham


Anakin Seal are recruiting for an experienced private client paralegal to join a reputable firm of Solicitors at their office in Durham. It is essential that you have a minimum of 1 years' private client work experience for this role.

The firm:

The firm have an outstanding reputation for their work in private client and several other areas of law evidenced by their glowing recommendations and recognition in the legal directories. Employees of the firm are given endless opportunities to progress their career from extensive training to regular promotions allowing you to work your way up through within the company.

The role:

Due to an influx of work and the firms ongoing expansion plans, they now seek to recruit an experienced private client paralegal to join their friendly team. You will be responsible for assisting on a caseload of wills, trusts and probate work but will also assist on a wider spectrum of private client work when required.

The successful candidate:

The firm are looking for an ambitious paralegal who can demonstrate a minimum of 1 years' work experience within the private client sector. You will have sound knowledge of wills and probate work and have a keen interest in this area of law.

Salary:

Salary to £24,000 though may increase for those able to handle their own caseload.



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