Term: Permanent
Working hours: Full-time
Department: Corporate
Location: Ipswich
The firm

Birketts is an ambitious full service, top 100 UK law firm, operating in East Anglia, London and the surrounding areas.  With a rich heritage spanning over 150 years we’ve built an enviable track record advising businesses, institutions and individuals in the UK and internationally.

Throughout our history our ethos has remained simple: we provide clear legal advice and value and insight to our clients.

We believe that through this approach and a combination of technical excellence and high quality service we can develop long-lasting partnerships and become our clients' solicitor of choice.

The department

Birketts’ team of over 40 corporate lawyers advises businesses on a wide variety of corporate transactions, including mergers, acquisitions and disposals, start-ups and new ventures, re-organisations, and private equity and venture capital fund-raisings. Our clients include entrepreneurs, private equity and venture capital funds and financial institutions, owner-managed and privately owned businesses, and UK and international public companies. 

We advise clients across a range of sectors and at different stages in the business life cycle from start-ups to mergers and acquisitions, buy-outs and buy-ins, development capital fund raisings, re-financings and exits.

Purpose of job

The role of the Paraelgal in the team will be to offer corporate support on matters involving residential property mortgage work.  This is typically technical and complex work, the aim of this role will be to ensure a smooth transactional administration process is adhered to with great attention to detail. 

The candidate
  • Proven IT and adminstration skills;
  • A law degree would be beneficial but not essential 
  • Prevous experience of assisting a coporate or other legal team is beneficial but not essential
Equal opportunities

We are committed to recruiting individuals on merits of suitability for each role, on the basis of qualifications and experience. All applications are treated fairly and equally regardless of sexual orientation, race, disability, religious beliefs and any other protected characteristic, ensuring that there are equal opportunities at all stages of the recruitment process.