Private Practice

Real Estate Paralegal

Real Estate Paralegal

  • Bird & Bird are currently seeking a Real Estate Paralegal to join our team in London
  • Our International Real Estate Group provides specialist advice and support across a wide range of transactions
  • The role will involve supporting our Real Estate team with a variety of legal and non-legal tasks
  • The ideal candidate will have prior experience of working in a Real Estate department
  • Excellent academic achievements required, including a relevant degree and/or further legal qualification

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