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Legal Research Assistant (Graduate / Paralegal level)
Are you a recent law graduate? Are you looking for legal work that is flexible? Do you enjoy writing academic work?
Academic Knowledge is looking for top calibre graduates in Law. To be considered, you must have a minimum Undergraduate 2:1 from a reputable UK university and further qualifications such as an LLM, the LPC or BPTC are highly desirable.
As a writer for Academic Knowledge, you will be expected to produce top quality pieces of academic custom writing. Working typically to a 5 day deadline, you will produce work based on the customers' requests, which may include necessary changes after submission to ensure your client is 100% satisfied.
You will be expected to have access to sources that are suitable for reference. This means that this position is ideal for current Masters and PhD students. This could be an opportunity for postgraduate students to support their own studies in their spare time. Other ideal candidates include graduates and paralegals, as this is an opportunity to expand your legal knowledge and gain experience.
In return for your valuable skills, you will be paid an average rate of £43 per 1000 words, with higher rates available. You'll receive excellent support from our in house team, and the chance to work flexible hours and to a pace that suits you.