Private Practice
  • Irwin Mitchell are currently seeking a Paralegal to join the Family team in our Bristol office
  • The team acts for private clients in all aspects of family law, including pre and post nuptial agreements, cases with...
  • ...a business and/or international aspect, and cases related to children law and cohabitation
  • You’ll work to support leading solicitors and experts on a stimulating mix of high quality privately-funded cases
  • Previous paralegal experience isn't essential, but you will have a law degree and be an exceptional communicator

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Education sector: FAQs about self isolation and COVID safety requirements after 19 July

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