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Paralegal - EDM (Contract)

Paralegal - EDM (Contract)

  • Linklaters are currently seeking an EDM Paralegal to support our AR team in London
  • You will provide dedicated matter support to ensure projects are completed accurately and on time
  • You will require specific legal training and knowledge related to due diligence on corporate contracts
  • We would prefer a US-trained paralegal or lawyer, but a law degree or equivalent and LPC/BPTC is also acceptable
  • Strong awareness of MS office applications and excellent oral and written communication skills also required

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