Private Client Paralegal

7 days left

Location
Nuneaton
Salary
£22k - 25k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
22 May 2024
Closes
19 Jun 2024
Ref
1507885-3-TR-21-MAD
Contact
Toby Ryan
Job Title
Paralegal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

For a Private Client Paralegal looking to join one of the region’s most reputable law firms, this role will provide the ideal opportunity.

Based out of my clients Nuneaton office, this hybrid private client paralegal position will see you assisting a team of experienced solicitors on a full, varied caseload of private client matters.

The Role

You will be joining a highly regarded private client department, where you will provide full support on array of matters to include:

  • Wills
  • Estates
  • Trusts
  • Probate

This is a very supportive firm, and you will be encouraged to work together to continually build on an already very strong reputation.

On Offer

  • Hybrid working
  • Real long-term progression opportunities
  • Free parking
  • Competitive salary in line with your experience

About You

You will have previous experience as private client paralegal and will have had exposure to a varied caseload of private client matters. You will have strong communication skills and a keen eye for detail, with a commitment to continuous learning and professional growth as my client recognises and rewards hard work.

Apply

If you are a private client paralegal in Nuneaton and want to take the next step in your career with a law firm that will truly encourage your professional growth, apply online or contact Toby Ryan at G2 Legal.

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