Litigation Paralegal

Job Type:
Permanent
Job Sector:
Legal
Region:
North West
Location:
Manchester
Salary:
£22,000 to £30,000 per annum
Salary Description:
to £30,000
Posted:
21/12/2018
Recruiter:
Actis Recruitment
Job Ref:
57161/TML

Based in Manchester city centre – a highly successful team is looking to recruit a paralegal to focus on commercial litigation and dispute resolution cases.

You will form part of a cohesive team and support and assist experienced lawyers, whilst also developing your own case management skills.

We would be delighted to hear from paralegals and fee earners, who have not less than 12 months’ experience in assisting with a commercial or civil litigation caseload.

This team attracts quality work from an interesting mix of limited companies and regional businesses. You will be involved in a variety of instructions including:

• Business Trading & Contractual disputes,
• Debt recovery, insolvency and enforcement proceedings,
• Negligence based actions including professional negligence.


You will receive excellent experience and mentoring from experts in what is a popular and highly successful law firm.

Actis Legal specialises in the North West legal market and with such a detailed knowledge of the region, we are able to provide tailored and bespoke advice to individuals we act for and identify suitable career moves. All enquiries treated in the strictest of confidence.

** Please note that references to post qualification experience (PQE) are given as a guideline to the competences required for technical, client and case management skills, as well as budgeted salary for the role. We encourage you to apply for any job for which you feel you are a suitable candidate.

Contact Details:
Actis Recruitment
Tel: 0161 247 8660
Contact: Tracy Lock
Email:

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