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Periodically Lansbury Worthington are able to offer the following positions. Candidates should be bright, enthusiastic and prepared to work to a high standard.

Applications including a curriculum-vitae and covering letter should be by e-mail addressed to Ben Lansbury or Charles Worthington at  info@lansbury-worthington.co.uk

Junior Caseworker / Paralegal (Crime/Extradition)

Extradition Paralegal - September 2018 (start date October 2018)

An exciting new opportunity has arisen for a bright and enthusiastic paralegal/case worker in our Extradition Department. Working alongside Giovanna Fiorentino this full time position involves supporting the fee earning team with case preparation and court clerking tasks on extradition work with an emphasis on human rights and criminal law across international jurisdictions.

No previous experience is required. Graduate preferred but common sense, the ability to get through a significant caseload cheerfully and the ability to learn quickly are the essentials. Ability to speak a second language is preferred. This is a busy and interesting role which will provide excellent training in portable skills. It is an excellent opportunity for a Law, GDL or LPC graduate seeking experience in a law practice. Non-graduates will also be considered.

Please reply with C.V. and covering letter to Giovanna Fiorentino on gf@lansbury-worthington.co.uk

Salary dependent on experience. 37.5 hour week. 25 days holiday


Junior Caseworker / Paralegal (Civil/ PI/ Employment) 

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Administrator/ Reception

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We are keen to hear from any lawyer with their own following or who is able to generate their own work. The firm has considerable IT resource available. Consultants will be assisted in achieving Lexcel compliance.

Work Experience Internships

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Equal Opportunities

The firm is committed to provide equal opportunities in employment, and non-discrimination in the provision of services and when instructing experts and counsel. This means that all individuals who come into contact with the firm will receive equal treatment regardless of age, disability, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, ethnic or national origins, religion or belief.