Legal Specialist - do you have a law degree and strong interest in IT?

16/04/2018

My client provides legal practice management software for small law firms and are seeking a Content Specialist to join their highly motivated, high velocity and growing team.

 

SCOPE

The Content team is responsible over 3,000 automated legal forms and more than 300 legal precedents available to their clients. The Content team also undertakes a lot of project work on new content initiatives.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

Duties of the Content Specialist include but are not limited to:

 

·         Undertaking legal research;

·         Reviewing legal documents;

·         Some legal drafting or redrafting of documents;

·         Project management;

·         Client and market consultation;

·         Contribution to the delivery of Content projects to the UK’s client base.

 

These responsibilities may be added to or adjusted at any time in accordance with operational requirements.

 

Key selection criteria

·         Fluency in written and spoken English is crucial

·         At least one year of experience working in the legal industry, preferably in a small law firm environment;

·         Has completed a Law degree;

·         Strong attention to detail and excellent written and verbal communication skills;

·         Excellent organisational and time management skills;

·         Strong commitment to deliver excellent client service;

·         Ability to work independently as well as in a team;

·         Experience using a legal document management software program;

·         Some project management experience; and

·         Enjoys working in a dynamic role and embraces new tasks and projects.

 

If this sounds like the perfect role for you, we would love to hear from you!

 

Due to the high level of response, Suzanne Hendrick Recruitment will only be able to make contact with those individuals who are short-listed for the role.  If you haven’t heard within 5 days of applying please assume that your application has been unsuccessful. 

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