Paralegal - Insurance - Bristol

  • CMS
  • Bristol, United Kingdom
  • Jan 05, 2018
Full time Insurance Non-Contentious Insurance Litigation Paralegal

Job Description

An opportunity has arisen for a Paralegal to join our IRG team in Bristol


About the role


Assisting a busy team with administrative duties such as billing, case bundles, gathering information for cases and research.
This is a great opportunity to learn first-hand the breadth of the insurance legal market.


About you


You will have a bright and enthusiastic approach with a flexible, professional, can-do attitude. You should be able to use your initiative and have good organisational skills. You should be articulate, numerate and self-driven.
Good academics and some legal experience are necessary for this role along with a genuine interest in law and the insurance market.  


About us


CMS is an international organisation with market leading businesses throughout Europe, The Middle East, Asia and beyond.


Ranked as the world’s 6th largest law firm by lawyer headcount and 6th largest in the UK by revenue, CMS works with clients in 39 countries from 70 office worldwide. 


On 1 May 2017, CMS, Nabarro and Olswang came together to create a new future-facing firm, one that is well equipped to help our clients face the future with confidence.  We are driven by technology and readily embrace the possibilities it opens up for developing new and better ways of delivering legal services.  And we recruit, value and nurture top talent.


Equal opportunities


CMS is committed to promoting equal opportunities in employment, to not only adhere to current employment law, but to harness the full potential of our staff and ensure that all individuals are treated fairly and with respect. To meet this aim CMS endeavours to treat all staff and job applicants equally, on the basis of merit and the ability to do their job. Everybody will be treated equally regardless of race, colour, age, religion or belief, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital or civil partner status, ethnic or national origin, physical or mental disability, sexual orientation, and pregnancy or maternity status (“Protected Characteristics”).