Private Practice

Due Diligence Paralegal

Due Diligence Paralegal

  • Linklaters are currently seeking a Paralegal to support one of Linklaters’ platinum clients on a large strategic project
  • The successful candidate will be seconded to the client’s legal team to ensure successful delivery of the project
  • Responsibilities will include reviewing core and ancillary banking documents and preparation of execution documents
  • You will have strong attention to detail, excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and a willingness to learn
  • Candidates will need to be fluent in English and suitably qualified (law degree or equivalent and LPC/BPTC)

Linklaters LLP

Linklaters is a global law firm focused on bringing legal certainty in a changing world.

Number of Lawyers: 1000

Elsewhere on the web:
Chambers and Partners
Legal 500
Legal Week
Legal Business
The Lawyer

Latest articles from Linklaters LLP
Brexit: Extension until 31 January 2020

In our previous client alerts, we summarised CSSF press releases 1948, 1934 and 1933 regarding the mandatory notifications for UK entities in the

Read more
How do you regulate an algorithm? A set of strawman remedies

The German Data Ethics Commission has published proposals for risk-based regulation of algorithms. This is just one of many legislative and

Read more
Pensions in five: Pension developments this month - October 2019

The recently published Pension Schemes Bill proposes changes to strengthen the powers of the Pensions Regulator, as well as some fundamental changes

Read more
International Tax Round-up - October 2019

The OECD has published a proposal for the reform of the international tax rules to address the tax challenges arising from the digitalisation of the

Read more
Executive pay: The Investment Association continue to urge restraint in updated guidelines 4 November 2019

Many FTSE companies are likely to seek shareholder approval for new pay policies in 2020. With that in mind, the Investment Association's updated

Read more
Pensions Ombudsman Focus - June and July 2019 edition

Welcome to the Pensions Ombudsman Focus for the period of June and July 2019. In this edition, we cover six recent complaints to the Pensions

Read more
What we have learnt about the SFO’s approach to tackling business crime

In a succession of recent speeches, publications and pronouncements, senior members of the Serious Fraud Office (“SFO”) have been giving insight into

Read more
U.S.-UK data-sharing agreement: The final piece of the puzzle

The U.S. and UK have entered into a landmark agreement to allow access to electronic data for use in criminal investigations between their law

Read more
Pensions: Corporate Agenda - Do employers have a duty to warn members about when they could lose a protected pension age?

A recent High Court decision (Corsham and others v Police and Crime Commissioner for Essex) looked at the duty of employers (and trustees) to warn

Read more
Pensions: Corporate Agenda - TPR publishes report on GKN Melrose Regulatory action

Earlier this year, the Pensions Regulator (TPR) published a regulatory intervention report highlighting how it expects to work with parties where

Read more
Pensions: Corporate Agenda - Box Clever Court of Appeal case

In 2011, TPR issued a financial support direction (FSD) against five companies in the ITV group (the Targets), requiring them to provide financial

Read more
UK Pensions - Still hope for schemes grappling with historic equalisation issues?

The European Court of Justice has handed down its decision in Safeway v Newton, a case relating to the equalisation of normal pension ages (NPAs) for

Read more
Climate change and the Bank of England: October 15, 2019 deadline looms

The UN Climate Summit in late September demonstrated that multinational corporations and financial institutions are mobilising to respond to climate

Read more
U.S. and UK sign landmark data-sharing agreement, the first under the U.S. CLOUD Act and UK Crime (Overseas Production Orders) Act

The UK and United States have entered into a landmark agreement that will enable more efficient and effective access to electronic data for use in

Read more
UK - Lloyd v Google: A one-off or the floodgates opening for privacy class actions?

The Court of Appeal has allowed a representative action against Google to proceed, thus potentially opening the way for opt-out class actions for

Read more
Pensions in five: Pension developments this month - SEPTEMBER 2019

Consultation has recently closed on draft regulations which will integrate the CMA's Investment Consultancy and Fiduciary Management Market

Read more
AI in Financial Services report: Managing machines in an evolving legal landscape

To coincide with Sibos 2019, the world’s premier financial services event, our specialists have pooled their expertise to report on and unravel the

Read more
International Tax Round-up - September 2019

On 24 September 2019, the General Court upheld the European Commission's ruling ordering Luxembourg to recover EUR 23.1 million from Fiat and

Read more
The Diversity Series: Let’s talk (and not whisper) about mental health...

Despite mental health being an issue that affects almost everyone, whether personally or professionally, at some point in their lives, it is an issue

Read more
The Diversity Series: menopause in the workplace - The case for more support

According to the ONS, menopausal women are the fastest growing working demographic in the UK. Yet support for the debilitating symptoms of the

Read more
Powered by