Litigation Paralegal - Gibraltar

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Location
Gibraltar
Salary
Negotiable
Posted
23 May 2024
Closes
20 Jun 2024
Ref
JO0000005302
Contact
Elin Matthews
Job Title
Paralegal
Practice Area
Litigation
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Ryder Reid Legal has an exciting Paralegal role available with a boutique litigation law firm in Gibraltar!!

The firm is currently looking for a Paralegal to join their Gibraltar office on permanent basis. This role would be working as the sole paralegal in the office, therefore allowing for a great amount of responsibility and autonomy, working on a range of international arbitration, commercial litigation, and regulatory disputes.

This is a replacement role as the current paralegal in the team has recently started a TC with the firm, and this is a great opportunity for progression as the suitable candidate will also be considered for a Training Contract (although there are no guarantees). The salary on offer is £32K per annum plus bonus, and the role will involve office working 5 days a week in the Gibraltar office.

The ideal candidate will have previous litigation experience, and be well-versed with duties including all aspects of trial preparation, attending court, conducting legal research, and drafting documents.

Candidates must be willing to relocate to Gibraltar full-time in order to be considered, accommodation will not be provided by the firm, however there may be some assistance with relocation for the successful candidate (further details to be confirmed). Those with connections in Gibraltar will be particularly of interest!

If you are suitable and interested, please apply today!

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