Our client is a leading law firm based on the South London/Kent border who is looking for a Paralegal to join their growing practice.

Salary: £27,000

The Role

The Credit Solutions division is our client’s biggest department.  Their highly respected Commercial Litigation team is ranked in the Top Tier of the Legal 500 and deals with a wide range of litigation and asset recovery matters for national and multi-national corporations, including complex commercial disputes and insolvency issues.

As a paralegal in the team, you will be working with solicitors and partners to support their activities. From an early stage, you will be encouraged, under supervision, to take on direct client contact and work on live matters as part of your training and progression. Successful Paralegals have been sponsored by our client to complete their LPC and/or been offered training contracts before progressing as solicitors in the team.

You should be a bright enthusiastic candidate with proven academic aptitude and have the genuine desire and talent for a career in law. As an able and committed team player you should enjoy legal research and be committed to taking the lead on enhancing your knowledge to ensure you have a strong understanding of the law. You also have a practical problem-solving approach to your work and the ability to think creatively whilst working efficiently in a fast-paced environment. This opportunity is much more than a job, it is a career.

The Person

At least 2 years’ experience working in commercial litigation, dealing with disputed small claims, fast track and/or multi-track matter
We offer an attractive salary and package. You will receive 30 days annual leave including bank holidays. Other benefits include, contribution to legal fees, death in service benefit, birthday off, Christmas bonus, profit share bonus, access to ‘cycle to work’ scheme, Bupa Health Cash Plan to name a just few.

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