Paralegal Careers in Paris
Cleary Gottlieb recruits paralegals who are graduates of four-year colleges and universities with strong academic backgrounds.
Candidates will perform substantive and administrative tasks ranging from background legal research through the preparation and organization of filings for publication or deal closings. They assist in proofreading documentation, translating and producing documents, due diligence projects and data room preparation. We actively recruit candidates who are fully bilingual in English and French. U.S. citizens may apply for a 12-month internship only.
Paralegal candidates applying to the Paris office should submit a resume, unofficial transcript and cover letter to:
12, rue de Tilsitt
Telephone: 33 1 40 74 68 00
Fax: 33 1 40 74 68 88
Note to Employment Agencies: Please do not forward any unsolicited resumes. Cleary is not responsible for any fees related to resumes that are unsolicited.
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