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Conveyancing Paralegal

Conveyancing Paralegal

  • Irwin Mitchell are seeking a full-time Conveyancing Paralegal to join the team in our Glasgow office
  • You will provide support in dealing with all aspects of the litigation mortgage repossession process and sales
  • You will also be a professional and informative primary point of contact for all customers, clients and third parties
  • You will need excellent communication skills, along with the ability to think on your feet and work well under pressure
  • In addition to a competitive basic salary, Irwin Mitchell offers employees a generous and varied benefits package

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