Private Practice
  • An exciting opportunity has arisen to deliver innovative new solutions and projects to clients across our business
  • An Innovation and Legal Technology Paralegal/Technologist will support the Innovation and Legal Technology team
  • Your key duties will include scoping, defining and managing significant technical projects for clients across the firm
  • You'll have prior experience of working in a paralegal/innovation role within a commercial law firm
  • You'll be able to work to tight timescales with a sense of urgency, demonstrating a flexible proactive attitude

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