• Location

    City of London, London

  • Sector:

    HR & Executive Support

  • Job type:


  • Salary:

    £23000.00 - £25000.00 per annum

  • Contact:

    Abigail Benham

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  • Published:

    about 1 year ago

Paralegal - Real Estate and Projects
City of London

My Client are a well-established Law Firm based in the heart of the City of London. They provide legal services throughout England and Whales. With approximately 240 employees in the UK; they strive on their service provided to clients and family-feel to all their employees.

The Team
We are seeking to recruit a Paralegal to assist their Real Estate and Projects Department. A core area of the team is development work for Housing Associations and private developers including acquisition, development, and sale of completed schemes.

The Candidate

  • We are looking for someone with strong analytical skills, excellent attention to detail and who is able to manage their own caseload with accuracy and a highly efficient level of time management.
  • This is a demanding role that will require flexibility and the ability to successfully prioritise competing demands.
  • The successful candidate will gain excellent exposure to a broad range of property work in a busy and friendly team.

Main Responsibilities

  • Manage own caseload of high volume property sales, handling both shared ownership and outright sales;
  • Assist and/or manage in relation to stair casing matters and residential acquisitions and disposals;
  • Ensure timelines and deadlines are met and adhered to;
  • Set up and maintain online document rooms;
  • Provide clients with monthly invoices and progress reports;
  • Manage a large number of deadlines relating to a variety of transactions at any one time;
  • Carry out legal research as and when required;
  • Organise and maintain tidy and accurate electronic files (hard copy files when required)

Essential skills and requirements

  • Property and Real Estate experience is a must
  • You will have an appropriate degree in Law or equivalent (or appropriate conversion) or an appropriate subject;
  • You will have successfully completed or be in the course of undertaking the LPC or be studying CILEX;
  • You will have good experience in a similar role and possess solid drafting skills;

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