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UK Law jobs on LawStaff – Online Law Jobs - LawFuel client LawStaff have formed alliances with two top UK recruiters and as such have a number of jobs available within a variety of firms in London. Job details are available on the law jobs board.

• Top salaries up to $90,000 (NZ equivalent)
• Top professional roles within a variety of firms, including ‘magic circle’ firms
• Register now and get the ball rolling before you leave NZ

We have formed alliances with two top UK recruiters and have filled a number of positions within top London law firms. As such, we need more experienced Legal Secretaries to fill a variety of roles.

So if you are heading to the UK and want to “get the ball rolling” before you leave, what better way to do this than register with Law Staff to assist you in the process! Call Melissa or Vanessa now to discuss your options in confidence.

To find out more, contact the Legal Recruitment Specialists

Melissa Chapman
Vanessa Hopkins

(09) 377 2248

Visit our website to view a large range of legal positions available:

Law Staff (NZ) Ltd – the leading legal specialist recruitment consultancy providing excellent service to the legal profession since 1995.



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