Private Client Paralegal

£22k - 26k per year + Benefits Package
04 Jun 2024
02 Jul 2024
Toby Ryan
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Contract Type
Full Time

Are you a Legal professional with experience in private client work looking for the next step in your career at a Legal 500 firm known for its excellent standard of work and staff retention.

My client is a Northampton based expanding firm that is currently seeking a Private Client Paralegal to join its dedicated team.

You would be dealing directly with clients with a view to managing your own caseload with supervision in the future. You would be supporting other fee earning members of the team, drafting wills and preparing documentation such as LPAs, as well as assisting with probate, trusts and administration of estate matters.

On offer is a competitive salary in line with your experience, the chance to work for a Legal 500 firm flexi-time working, a company pension scheme, a staff discount scheme, as well as a holiday exchange scheme.

You will be an empathetic individual with a client-centric approach to all the work that you do. You will have a keen eye for detail, strong organisational skills, and the ability to work both independently and as part of a team.

My client is keen to stress that it really invests in its staff and that for the right person this can be an excellent opportunity to thrive and advance your legal career.

If you are a legal professional with private client experience looking for the next step in your career at a Legal 500 well-established Northampton based law firm then apply online, or contact Toby Ryan at G2 Legal today!


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