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Client Service Team Assistant / Paralegal

We are looking for a Paralegal to join our Client Service Team based in either our Cambridge or London office. You will be a highly motivated individual who is dedicated to delivering excellence in client service, capable of working closely with other members of the team and can lead projects autonomously. Please note this role is a 12 month fixed-term contract.

You will need to have an interest in risk and compliance as you will be supporting the team with regulatory matters including client due diligence, compliance and governance, GDPR, risk and professional indemnity. You will need either previous experience in this area or have / be working towards a degree or LPC.

This is a busy and varied role and you will be working to deliver excellent client service as part of an interactive team. You will be liaising with lawyers across the business to ensure the smooth on-boarding of new clients to the firm. To succeed in this role you will be proactive, flexible, have exceptional attention to detail, be confident and able to communicate with a variety of individuals. In time we expect you to become the go to person for lawyers day to day queries and become a key member of our team.

The Client Service Team is a key part of our Support Services and works collaboratively to provide outstanding compliance support to our lawyers and clients within tight timelines. Our team prides itself on helping our lawyers to robustly navigate through this tightly regulated area and always getting to the right answer.

Our clients range from global investors, dynamic businesses to innovators and entrepreneurs.  We support and assist the lawyers in meeting the regulatory requirements and we are an integral part of allowing the firm to achieve it’s strategy to work with people and organisations that make great things happen.

The successful candidate will be expected to embrace this ethos as well as demonstrating a good understanding of the regulatory environment.