Private Practice
  • We are looking for an enthusiastic individual ideally with a degree in Law to join our legal support unit as a Paralegal
  • You'll work with lawyers and clients across the UK, supporting with legal tasks related to a variety of areas of law.
  • CMS is an international organisation with market leading businesses throughout Europe, The Middle East, Asia & beyond.
  • On 1st May we're combining with Nabarro & Olswang to become the 6th largest law firm globally. It's a great time to join
  • Ideally you'll hold a degree in Law/Business Law & may have experience working as a paralegal or in a legal environment.

CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP

Ranked as the world’s 6th largest law firm by lawyer headcount and 6th largest in the UK by revenue, CMS can work for you in 42 countries from 74 offices worldwide.

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