A Paralegal performs substantive legal work, but is not qualified as a Solicitor, Chartered Legal Executive or Barrister.
Paralegals are required to provide legal support in a variety of institutions Many paralegals handle tasks that are very similar to those given to Trainee Solicitors.
The exact role of a Paralegal can vary dramatically from one organisation to the next.
- Childcare Paralegal
- Civil Litigation Paralegal
- Debt Recovery Paralegal
- Housing Paralegal
- Personal Injury Paralegal
- Private Client Paralegal
- Real Estate Paralegal
- RTA Litigator
Non-Graduate Junior Paralegals: £14,000 to £22,000.
Graduate Junior Paralegals: £18,000 to £25,000.
Paralegal with three to five years’ experience: £20,000 to £25,000.
Experienced Paralegal: £40,000
Average salary in the UK: £25,448.
*Data gathered from Simply Law Jobs records for the 12 months previous.
Simply Law Jobs is in partnership with the National Association of Licensed Paralegals (NALP.)