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Paralegal vacancy in Criminal Department

1st October 2015

This vacancy has now been filled

Full time criminal paralegal/reception

Hughmans is a boutique law firm based in the City of London specialising in serious crime and high level civil litigation. We employ a small team of individuals in a friendly, self-driven environment. Further details about the firm and its members can be found throughout our website.

We are now looking to recruit a new paralegal to the criminal department who will also undertake reception duties. Depending on the individual there is scope for advancement to a paralegal-only role with potential for a training contract and retention following qualification.

No prior experience is necessary but the successful candidate will be:-

  • Punctual and well presented with an excellent telephone manner
  • Keenly interested in criminal law
  • Self-driven and willing to learn quickly
  • Competent in all the usual Microsoft programs

The role will involve being on reception 9am to 6pm Monday to Friday and the successful candidate will provide full support to the criminal department including liaising with clients, the courts and the prosecution as well as analysing and summarising evidence.

Starting salary £17,500+

2:1 degree required (not necessarily in Law)

To apply please email CV and covering letter/email to Lee Adams, Partner (recruitment.hughmans@gmail.com)

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