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Recently, London has seen several prominent Tajik legal cases involving private and state-owned companies and high-net-worth individuals. The metallurgy sector has seen a very large number of Tajik cases.
As a Tajik speaking paralegal, you are most likely to work in international teams on prestigious and high-profile cases that will require you to employ your language skills. The exact type of work that you will be required to undertake will vary on a vacancy-by-vacancy basis but it is safe to say, that generally, you are likely to translate legal and non-legal documents, correspond and liaise with Tajik speaking professionals and clients, conduct legal research, draft legal document and even accompany lawyers to client meetings and take part in conference calls.
If you have a background in law and speak Tajik, make sure to browse and apply for the latest Tajik-speaking legal jobs.
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.