Property Litigation Paralegal

Recruiter
Location
Birmingham
Salary
£16000 - £22000 per annum, Benefits: Benefits package
Posted
08 Sep 2017
Closes
06 Oct 2017
Ref
RH139321
Contact
Rebecca Higgs
Sector/Practice Area
Real Estate, Property Litigation
Vacancy Type
Legal Support, Paralegal
Contract/hours
Permanent
PQE
Trainee
Property litigation paralegal. An international top-tier law firm is seeking to appoint a property litigation paralegal to join its team.
 
This is a fantastic opportunity for a paralegal with property litigation experience to join a team which has extensive experience of acting for public and private sector commercial clients on a wide variety of real estate dispute matters.
 
The firm itself is offering a property litigation paralegal the chance to work alongside knowledgeable solicitors/partners, gaining exposure to fantastic quality work. Your role will include providing advice on property litigation matters, negotiating settlements, drafting court proceedings, along with supporting the wider litigation team when necessary.
 
They will offer clear progression prospects for the right individual.
 
They are looking for somebody with an excellent academic track record and at least six months’ experience in a litigation type role. A law degree or LPC is necessary. In terms of the right fit, you must possess strong technical skills, be client focused, and have good commercial awareness. A desire to get involved in business development is a must.
 
If you are a property litigation paralegal looking to grow your career in a firm that rewards people based on merit, please do contact Rebecca Higgs at G2 Legal, or apply online for more information.

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