Private Practice
  • Unique opening for a Paralegal to join our Legal Knowledge team to provide support on Libra and Brexit issues
  • The main function of the Legal Knowledge team is to support the legal and business information needs of the firm
  • You'll support the work of the central knowledge team following the upgrading of Libra to Sharepoint 2016
  • You'll attend meetings of the various Brexit committees internally, taking notes & maintaining the Brexit intranet site
  • You'll be LPC qualified (desirable), with have at least 3 ‘A’-levels (or similar level), and will be degree educated

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