Insolvency Paralegal

Sacco Mann
£16000.00 - £20000.00 per annum
12 Nov 2017
16 Nov 2017
Contract Type
Full Time

Are you looking to get your foot in the door of a top tier practice in central Leeds? If so our client is looking for an enthusiastic Insolvency Paralegal to join their highly successful Insolvency department. If you are an LPC graduate with strong work experience and a clear desire to pursue your career within the commercial field or if you are currently working as a paralegal in another firm and looking for your next step then this opportunity could be for you.

Based in Leeds, you will be supporting and taking on your own caseload covering a variety of insolvency matters. Our client has an enviable presence in the North of England, developing an enviable client base. Praised on a national scale, this is the perfect firm to really propel your career forward.

The Role:
-Initially, you will be assisting fee earners on a wide range of insolvency matters. You will receive full training so this is a fantastic opportunity once confident in the role to then pick up and run your own caseload.
-In this role you will assist skilled fee earners with complex insolvency matters and so your exposure to quality matters will be high.

The Candidate:
-Excellent communication skills and good attention to detail is essential.
-Ideally, you will have completed your LPC or working towards CILEX.
-Those with good organisational skills are encouraged to apply, particularly those with the ability to prioritise a challenging work load with various deadlines.
-You should have some knowledge of insolvency and winding up petitions.

-Competitive Salary.
-Top tier firm.

How to Apply:
If you would like to apply for this role then contact Kim Wilkes at Sacco Mann or another member of our Chartered Legal Executive and Paralegal team. Alternatively, if you know of anyone who would be suitable for this role then please let them or us know as we offer a reward for successful referrals. For full terms please see our website.

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