Private Practice

Paralegal - Real Estate (FTC)

Paralegal - Real Estate (FTC)

  • Brilliant opening for a Paralegal to join our Finance, Real Estate & Projects team on a 4 month FTC
  • Our main areas include M&A, disposals, investment, development, leasing, joint ventures and large-scale regeneration
  • Key clients include Hammerson, Standard Life, Blackstone, AEG and Norges Bank
  • You'll be running a large scale due diligence exercise on the buyer side
  • You'll have a law degree or other undergraduate degree (ideally 2.1 or first class honours)

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