Private Client Paralegal

Location
Halesowen
Salary
£24k - 28k per year + Benefits Package
Posted
31 May 2024
Closes
28 Jun 2024
Ref
1529171-1-RH-22-MAD
Contact
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Paralegal
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

A fantastic opportunity has arisen for a private client paralegal to join a law firm that really does offer genuine career progression, hybrid working and the opportunity to learn and develop from well-known and experienced lawyers. 

The firm 

This is a Legal 500 firm with an ethos of work hard but have fun! 

The role

My client is offering a private client paralegal the opportunity to join the department to support on all aspects of a solicitor’s private client caseload. You will also be awarded the responsibility of taking on your own small and simple caseload, building your experience. 

About you

To be considered for this private client solicitor paralegal role you must have at least 12 months’ experience as a private client paralegal. You must have the desire to progress, learn and develop along with a strong academic track record and fantastic communication skills. 

On offer 

On offer is a competitive salary, a "breath of fresh air" working environment, autonomy, flexibility, support and a firm that really does support diversity and inclusion along with working for a firm that really does value its employees.  

If you are a private client paralegal seeking a new challenge and you are interested in this role, apply online with your updated CV via the link, or contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal for immediate consideration today!

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