Paralegal Careers: Buenos Aires
Cleary Gottlieb recruits paralegals who are graduates of four-year colleges and universities with strong academic backgrounds.
Candidates should be detail-oriented, have excellent organizational ability and strong written and oral communication skills. Because many of our clients are multinational corporations and international institutions, we actively recruit individuals with foreign language capabilities.
Paralegal candidates applying to the Buenos Aires office should submit a resume, unofficial transcript and cover letter to:
CGSH International Legal Services, LLP-Sucursal Argentina
Carlos Pellegrini 1427 – Floor 9
C1011AAC Buenos Aires
T: +54 11 5556 8900
F: +54 11 5556 8999
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