Banking Paralegal - Leeds
An experienced Banking Paralegal is required for an exciting opportunity in the heart of Leeds. I'm working alongside a leading UK law firm with a fantastic reputation as a leading firm in London. The salary available is competitive + excellent benefits.
My client's national banking and finance team advises clients on a range of financing transactions across a wide variety of sectors, often with a multi-jurisdictional element. They are award winning and highly recognised for producing professional, high quality work - known for its prestigious reputation in the legal sector, there is a phenomenal opportunity to be part of something special, for the chosen candidate.
The firm are looking to grow their Leeds banking team with an additional Banking Paralegal to assist the Head of Department there. The firm gets plenty of banking work and is very keen to grow that department over the next few months and years.
The first step is bringing in an ambitious and eager-to-learn banking paralegal who will not only support the Head of Department with high quality and often complex work but benefit from fantastic exposure and be given a real opportunity to impress and progress.
The ideal candidate? You'll have a few months of experience specifically within banking law - although the team is open to LPC graduates who have chosen Banking as an elective. The banking paralegal will have strong academics and the ability to manage a fast-paced role.
This is a rare opportunity to join a national firm whilst benefiting from the exposure and mentoring usually found within a boutique practice. Apply now to discuss in further detail.
Please contact Kay Singh, Legal Recruitment Consultant, to discuss the role in more detail or apply through the vacancy for immediate consideration.
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