Paralegal jobs in Bristol and Exeter with leading national law firm
Our client are seeking to recruit motivated and enthusiastic paralegals to join their Commercial Services Division, based in either their Exeter or Bristol offices. In this role you will be supporting the fee earners across the Division, encompassing Corporate & Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Banking & Finance, Employment and Restructuring & Insolvency as needed on a flexible basis, and working on a variety of matters. These are full time, office based, permanent positions. You will enjoy top tier work together with an excellent work/life balance.
What you'll need to succeed
You will ideally have prior paralegal experience within one or more of the following areas - Corporate & Commercial, Commercial Litigation, Banking & Finance, Employment and Restructuring & Insolvency. You will likely be a Law graduate and will be dedicated to a career in Law, being self-motivated and eager to learn and develop. The firm will encourage and enable you to work proactively with fee earners to provide them with all the support they need in order to deliver great results for clients. You will be a quick learner, have excellent IT skills and be meticulous and thorough in order to deliver high quality work.
This is a great opportunity if you're looking to work for a leading firm within a supportive and stimulating team environment. Interviews and induction processes are being coordinated remotely at present, to enable people to begin working from home until such time as it is possible to return to the office.
What you need to do now
If you are interested in applying for this position click 'apply now' to forward an up-to-date copy of your CV, or call us now. If this job isn't quite right for you but you are looking for a new role, please contact Harriet Chapman in complete confidence at Hays on 0117 374 6300. We would expect a lawyer with the given PQE to have gained the level of experience required, but this does not preclude applications from those with more or less PQE.