Join our well-established, high performing and busy Transaction Services Team (TST) as a Paralegal to help us deliver a world class service to our clients. For the right person, this role provides an exciting opportunity to work with a team of committed professionals and contribute to our proven success.
Our team focuses on tasks that are found in a wide variety of legal assignments but which do not necessarily need to be done by qualified lawyers, such as document review, due diligence and e-disclosure, as well as process elements of transactional, advisory, commercial real estate and litigation work.
We are supported by the use of technology and play a key role in enabling Addleshaw Goddard to respond to client demand for more innovative and better value services. Launched in 2010, we are now one of our biggest divisions with over 110 employees, made up of legal apprentices, paralegals and solicitors. We were the first team of it’s kind in the UK, and continue to innovate by delivering work in the most efficient way, saving our clients time and money. Over the last 12 months we’ve worked on 3 of the largest cases in the UK court system, acted on headline grabbing mergers and sent 5 of the team out to work at our clients’ international offices. We have a strong team culture, with opportunities to join our TST social committee, charity initiatives and sports teams.
If you join TST, aside from a competitive salary and flexible benefits package, you’ll get fantastic opportunities to support some of the UK’s largest FTSE100 clients and go on exciting internal or client secondments.
We believe in continuous development and progression. We believe in it so strongly that we created a career framework and training programme specifically for the TST. As part of that framework you’ll have a review every 3 months to ensure we’re supporting you to meet your development goals and to discuss your progression. In addition, you’ll have access to our internal training contract application process, CILEx sponsorship and management or technical development programmes.