Vacancy: Paralegal/Trainee Solicitor, White-Collar Crime, Civil Fraud and Regulatory
Full time; immediate start; competitive salary
Excellent opportunity for a paralegal with prior, relevant experience to provide support to a busy litigation boutique ranked by both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners in Farringdon, London.
The successful applicant will assist the partner who heads the firm’s white-collar crime, civil fraud and regulatory practices. They must have experience of working in at least one of these areas. They will be confident in liaising with clients (both over the telephone and in writing), competent in dealing with the firm’s new client enquiries (training will be provided), have a proactive approach to their work, and a ‘can do’ attitude.
The firm offers competitive salaries and, if the applicant shows promise, there is every opportunity for them to become more involved in complex casework, and for their career to progress, with the firm’s support.
It is essential that the successful applicant has excellent IT skills, including (but not limited to) the intermediate-level features of Microsoft Office and prior use of case management systems.
A law degree (2:1 or higher) or GDL (commendation or higher) and LPC (commendation or higher) is desirable.
The firm is committed to offering the highest level of service to its clients and the applicant must share this ethos and adhere to the highest professional standards.
How To Apply
Applications should be made to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “CCRD Paralegal vacancy” and attaching a covering letter and CV. The covering letter should set out your suitability for the role with reference to the above criteria. Pro forma applications will not be considered.
Due to the high volume of applications that the firm receives, we are unable to take telephone enquiries in relation to this position. We will only respond to your application if you are selected for interview. Pro-forma applications will not be considered and please do not apply for this position if you do not have the requisite skills and experience.
The firm will not respond to enquiries from agencies.
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