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    Commerical Litigation Paralegal - Manchester City Centre

  • Job type: Permanent
  • Sector: Commercial Litigation
  • Location: Manchester, Greater Manchester
  • Salary: £17000 - £20000 per annum
  • Date posted: 09/02/2018
  • Job reference: CMS031402'2002_1518187913

One of the best Legal Firms in the North West of England, based in Manchester City Centre, is looking for a Commercial Litigation Paralegal to join their successful Commercial team.

They are an established Law firm who specialise in Commercial Litigation, looking for a bright, articulate candidate to assist progressing a large case.

You will ideally share over 12 months Commercial Litigation experience.

If you are looking for excellent opportunity to work one of the countries leading legal firms, this could be the role for you!

The salary on offer is up to £20,000 depending upon experience.

To apply for this role please forward your CV to Claire Rennison at Clayton Legal using the links below.

Clayton Legal recruits for law firms and In House departments across the UK. Based in the North West, our pedigree and service levels give those looking to move in the legal market and law firms looking to recruit a refreshingly different recruitment experience. You will work with experienced professionals, dedicated to your success. Take a look at our web site for our latest blogs and legal news and to keep up to date with current vacancies.

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