VANRATH are assisting with the recruitment of a Paralegal for a leading Global Law Firm.
This organisation builds rewarding careers for their staff, with many realistic opportunities for progression, making this a much more enticing position. This is the best Law Graduate role available on the Market.
This is a Monday - Friday position - Permanent.
Hybrid working role - 3 days Working From Home & 2 days in the State of the Art Belfast City Centre Offices
It is Essential to have a Law Degree for this role.
£21,500 + Progression Opportunities & Fantastic Benefits Package
You will benefit from exceptional learning and development opportunities working in a team of highly ambitious and collaborative fee-earners. You will gain exposure to a full range of international clients, sectors and industries, and you'll work with some of the very best legal minds around the world as you partner with our practice teams to deliver cutting-edge ALT services to our clients.
- Legal Analysts work closely with Legal Managers, Senior Solicitors and Solicitors and primary responsibilities will include:
- Conducting work, under the supervision of senior lawyers, on large-scale legal matters.
- Maintaining an up-to-date knowledge of relevant areas of law to the Alternative Legal Services practice.
- Ensuring compliance with financial disciplines on matters
- Carry out activities as specified by the project team to ensure the matter and/or project is delivered in an efficient and timely matter.
- Providing general support to the Legal Manager, Senior Solicitors and Solicitors
The Ideal Person:
- Law graduate with a Law degree (2:1 or above) or a post-graduate qualification in law, with a minimum of 3 A levels (ideally B grades and above).
- Ability to review, analyse and organise documentary and factual evidence.
- Excellent attention to detail; aims to get it right first time.
- Aptitude for learning
- 6 months to a year's work experience in an office based environment.
For further information on this vacancy, or any other Business Support roles in Belfast or wider Northern Ireland, please apply via the link below or contact Jack Groves for a confidential discussion
Some positive candidate feedback we've received-
'VANRATH were very easy to work with, personable and knew what questions to ask to find me the right role. Would highly recommend.''
''I would highly recommend Vanrath. Very quick response to my application. They have been extremely dedicated to finding me a role that was best suited to my future career development.''
''Would highly recommend Vanrath. After uploading my cv I was contacted the next day and they were able to find a permanent suitable role for me very quickly. They were very helpful and supportive through the entire interview process and were able to negotiate a very good job offer which I was delighted with.''
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