Location: Central London
A new and rare opportunity has become available for a Conveyancing Paralegal to join a Boutique Law firm that is based in Central London. Salary is negotiable depending on previous experience and background.
Our client is a law firm that was founded in the 90's and has now become a steady growing law firm in London. They have built major success by working with the top supplying their services to top banks and lenders worldwide such as RBS, Bank of China and many more.
I am seeking a bright individual that has completed the LLB with a 2:1 or higher that has around a years Conveyancing experience. Candidates that have already completed the LPC or GDL will hold an advantage but not essential in securing the role. The ideal candidate will be someone that has the ability to manage a complex and varied caseload from inception to completion. I am looking for candidates that have the ability to work under pressure under a Conveyancing Solicitor/Partner and candidates that are able to converse in Cantonese/Mandarin as the majority of the case load will be of a Chinese background. All applicants must be able to read and write in either Cantonese or Mandarin!
This is a great opportunity for a fresh graduate with Conveyancing experience to join a reputable Boutique Law firm. It is a chance to gain even further knowledge and experience within a Conveyancing department and the opportunity to build on your career. If you would like a confidential conversation regarding this role you can contact me directly onext. 1047, or apply now for immediate consideration.
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