Private Practice
  • Addleshaw Goddard are seeking a Litigation Paralegal to join our Transaction Services Team in Manchester
  • You will be needed for a minimum of 6 months, however this may be extended subject to workloads and your performance
  • The work of a Paralegal includes assessing litigation documentation, reviewing contracts and drafting legal documents
  • The successful candidate will have a high level of attention to detail, strong written and verbal communication...
  • ...skills, a law degree or GDL and a completed or in-progress LPC, and a proactive approach to your work

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