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Billing Paralegal (Public Law)

Billing Paralegal (Public Law)

  • Irwin Mitchell are currently seeking a Billing Paralegal to join the Public Law Department within our Sheffield office
  • The successful candidate will assist with all aspects of billing, contributing to achieving department targets
  • You will also provide specialist financial and housekeeping support to the Public Law Department
  • You will deliver a quality service to the department’s fee earners to ensure maximum efficiency and recovery
  • IM’s Public Law Department is a leader in its fields and offers exciting opportunities to work in a successful team

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