Paralegal role in London

We are looking for a Paralegal to provide casework and administrative support for solicitors working on Housing and Public Law cases at our London Bridge office. A minimum commitment of 12 months is required, but we would hope the position would be for longer. Although the position does not guarantee a training contract, we do recruit trainees from our paralegal staff.

We are keen to encourage applications from disabled people, including using positive action measures provided for under the Equality Act 2010. If you think you may need reasonable adjustments and would like to discuss this before applying, you can speak confidentially to Louise Whitfield, a partner here who is not involved in this recruitment process; you can contact her directly at . We will also guarantee an interview to any disabled candidate who meets the essential criteria – please complete the relevant section of the diversity questionnaire when applying. Unfortunately our current London offices are not wheelchair accessible.

Salary in the region of £20,000-£23,000.

For full details and an application pack and job description please see here and here.

Please complete all parts of the application form below and return to us by



Post: Deighton Pierce Glynn, Att. Joel Nicholls, 8 Union Street, London SE1 1SZ

Please quote the job reference 2019/02LBPL in the subject line of your email.

Closing Date: 8am Friday 3 May 2019

Applications received after this time cannot be considered.

Interviews: Successful candidates will be invited to attend a skills test and interviews will take place in the week commencing 6 May 2019.


Deighton Pierce Glynn is a respected firm of solicitors specialising in a number of niche areas of civil litigation in which it has a significant national and international profile.

Whoever our clients are and whatever has happened to them we pride ourselves in being able to make the best use of the law for their benefit. We give practical advice about options, help our clients work out their goals and do what can be done to achieve them. Taking a legal case can be a daunting prospect – we try to make sure our clients feel well supported.

We are committed to our staff, who include some of the best people around, and we think it’s important to provide a good working environment, ensuring they have the support and resources they need to excel and promoting a friendly and collaborative working environment.

We are committed to promoting equality of opportunity. We think that by doing this, we can provide the best possible service to our clients. We positively encourages applications from suitably qualified and eligible candidates regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity.