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Banking Embedded Paralegal/Support Lawyer

Banking Embedded Paralegal/Support Lawyer

  • Linklaters are seeking a Banking Embedded Paralegal/Support Lawyer to join our team in London
  • The Alternative Resourcing team provides dedicated matter support to ensure projects are completed accurately, on time and to the clients’ satisfaction
  • You will be required to assist on specific projects requiring specific legal training and knowledge
  • You should have a law degree or equivalent and LPC/BPTC (or be a qualified lawyer)
  • Candidates should be located within commuting distance to central London

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