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)

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