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Legal Secretary - Family/Matrimonial law - top 100 firm!

Posted 23 November by Veracity Education VIP's Ltd

Corporate Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by G2 Legal Limited

Experienced Housing Paralegal / Training Contract

Posted 22 November by G2 Legal Limited

LEGAL SECRETARY

Posted 26 November by Lawson Clark

LEGAL SECRETARY

Posted 26 November by Lawson Clark

In House Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by Reed Legal Featured

In House Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by Reed Legal Featured

Legal Secretary - Litigation for a Fintec company

Posted Yesterday by Bis Recruit Ltd Featured New

Legal Assistant

Posted 18 November by Avid Recruitment

Senior Projects & Construction Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by G2 Legal Limited

Professional & Financial Risks Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by G2 Legal Limited

Professional Indemnity Construction Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by G2 Legal Limited

Senior Pensions Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by G2 Legal Limited

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Patents Secretary - Leading Patent Attorneys

Posted 5 days ago by JM Legal Ltd

Legal Secretary - Private Client

Posted 5 days ago by The Office Recruitment Partnership Featured

Employment Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment

PA IN HUMAN RESOURCES

Posted 5 days ago by Lawson Clark

Best Interest Assessor

Posted 5 days ago by Brampton Training and Consultancy

Conveyancing Legal Assistant

Posted 5 days ago by Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment

Secretary / Administrator

Posted 5 days ago by Owen Reed Featured

Private Client Solicitor

Posted 5 days ago by Sheldon May Legal

Residential Property Paralegal

Posted 22 November by Asure Recruit

Law Costs Draftsman/ Costs Lawyer - London - £ D.O.E.

Posted 22 November by Clayton Legal

LEGAL SECRETARY - START A CAREER IN EMPLOYMENT LAW

Posted 26 November by Lawson Clark