Conveyancing Legal Assistant

Sue Ross Legal
11 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Sue Ross Legal are looking to recruit a Conveyancing Legal Assistant on behalf of our client, a well-established and respected law firm with offices across the Yorkshire region.

You will be required to provide support to the Residential Property Team and duties include:

? Managing a caseload under the supervision of a Solicitor involving residential sale and purchase files, plot sales, dealing with the files from instruction to completion, using the Firm?s in-house workflows and case management system including screens and tasks.
? Liaising with clients by phone, email and letters
? Liaising with estate agents, mortgage brokers, other solicitors, HM Land Registry and others as appropriate to the particular matters.
? Producing client bills at completion
? Preparing financial statement reports for use by fee earner and clients.

You should have strong IT skills, the ability to analyse large amounts of data as well as excellent communication and organisational skills

You should be educated to Degree standard with a Legal degree and advantage, and previous experience within a Law Firm is preferential. This role is perfect for candidates looking to start at assistant level and progress in time to a Conveyancer / Licenced Conveyancer.

For more information about the above vacancy or for a confidential chat about our other vacancies throughout Yorkshire, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire, the North West and the North East, please send your details to us and one of our dedicated legal consultants will contact you.

Unfortunately due to the number of applications we receive, we are unable to provide individual feedback to all applicants. Please assume that if you do not hear from us within 72 hours that your application has been unsuccessful on this occasion.

May we take this opportunity to thank you for expressing an interest in one of our roles and wish you the very best in your search for employment.

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