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Working as a Paralegal is not just a 'steppingstone'

For some years, after the term ‘paralegal’ became known in the English Legal sector (having originated in the US), the definition became synonymous with ‘a graduate who wanted to more.

Legal careers after you graduate with a law degree

If you have recently graduated with a law degree – congratulations. If you are about to take your final exams – good luck. If you are reading this article, you’ more.

Interview techniques and tips

Everyone knows that attending a job interview is a nerve-racking experience – and it doesn’t get easier with age! The reason for the anxiety is that you are being more.

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Why regulated qualifications make sense for Paralegals

So, you’re considering taking a paralegal qualification! When you are looking at taking a qualification, what do you look for? It depends why you want the qualification If you want more.

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How to Become a Paralegal

If you have always dreamed of a career in law but the cost and the time studying have always made you believe this is out of your reach, there more.

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We are Recruiting! - now filled

This role has now been filled. The National Paralegal College needs a new member of staff to join the team. Are you who we are looking for, or do more.

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Top Tips to help you get work as a Paralegal

How to get work as a paralegal If you are wondering what to do next because you have been made redundant during the coronavirus crisis, or perhaps the time more.


The Growth in Paralegals and The Opportunities this presents to the legal services sector

By Amanda Hamilton, CEO of National Association of Licensed Paralegals (NALP) An individual operating within the legal services sector is perfectly well aware of the increasing number of paralegals more.

7 Tips to Supercharge Your Job Search

By Simply Law Jobs 1. Sprinkle Some Magic on Your CV Generally speaking, your CV should be updated every 6–12 months as you gather new skills and experiences. Sending more.

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