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Norway, apart from being known as a Scandinavian country surrounded by deep coastal fjords, glaciers and mountains, I also home to Norwegian language spoken by over 5.2 million people all over the globe.
Paralegal, legal assistant or document review experts recruited for Norwegian document review roles during the disclosure stages of litigation, answering phone calls and delivering messages during conferences. However, Norwegian paralegals are also required across a broad spectrum of practice areas which include but are not limited to corporate and immigration practice areas. As a Norwegian Qualified paralegal, you are most likely to undertake work that employs your language skills including document translations, legal drafting and research in Norwegian, interpreting at business meetings, bundling and much more.
If you are fluent in Norwegian and would like to gain some valuable experience with the leading law firms in London, make sure to browse the Norwegian Speaking Paralegal Jobs and apply today!
First, decide on the work duration (permanent or temporary paralegal vacancies). Temporary and shorter term jobs have a tendency to pay higher than the permanent based jobs. This is due to overtime, weekend work and working on special cases. Second, take note of the type of the law firm, city and laws guiding their establishment. Finally, consider the language stated in the vacancies for the jobs advertised.