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Litigation Paralegal - US Firm

Posted 26 January by EJ Legal Limited Easy Apply Ended

An excellent opportunity has arisen for a Paralegal to join the leading White Collar Crime practice in a US law firm.

The successful Litigation Paralegal can look forward to working closely with a team of fee earners, around half of whom are also trained Barristers. You will be working on a large White Collar Crime case, assisting with everything from doc review and bundling through to meatier research and drafting work.

The ideal Litigation Paralegal will have excellent academics and an interest in White Collar Crime. This position is a rolling contract but the firm are also keen to point out that two paralegals in the team have recently been made permanent so there is certainly scope for longer term career development.

The White Collar Crime team in this firm is top ranked in the legal directories; they are well known for working successfully on a range of cross-border criminal matters, sanctions compliance issues and allegations of market manipulation.

The department is very collaborative and so this role would suit someone who enjoys getting stuck in with whatever needs doing.

This is an excellent opportunity for a law graduate with stellar academics to join a leading contentious practice at a top international firm. This is an urgent hire for the firm so please apply ASAP to be considered!

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