Private Client Paralegal

£20k - 28k per year + Benefits Package
04 Jun 2024
02 Jul 2024
Rebecca Healey
Job Title
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you an experienced private client paralegal looking to join a reputable Legal 500 firm to be based at its Shrewsbury office? This firm offers an experienced paralegal the opportunity to run a small caseload under supervision and support with qualification. 

Our client 

This private client paralegal role is with a Legal 500 ranked team! It specialises in working with high-net-worth individuals dealing with high quality and complex work. 

The role 

You will come on board ideally as a private client paralegal supporting the team and carrying your own small caseload on a diverse range of private client matters to include wills, probate, trusts and estate administration. 

About you 

To be considered for this private client paralegal role you must have had extensive experience of supporting within a private client team. Experience of file management would be advantageous. Communication, client care and attention to detail is of high importance. 

On offer

Our client will consider people on full or part-time basis. Hybrid working is offered along with a range of benefits to include an enhanced pension, free parking, death in service. The firm offers yearly PDPs, an attractive bonus schemes and a transparent career progression structure along with understanding the importance of work/life balance.

To apply

If you are interested in this Private Client Paralegal, apply online with your updated CV via the link, or contact Rebecca Healey at G2 Legal for immediate consideration today!


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