Term: Permanent
Working hours: Full-time (Full time – Monday to Friday 37.5 per week )
Department: Real Estate Finance
Location: Norwich
The firm

Birketts is an ambitious full service, top 50 UK law firm, operating in East Anglia, London and the surrounding areas.  With a rich heritage spanning over 150 years we’ve built an enviable track record advising businesses, institutions and individuals in the UK and internationally.

Throughout our history our ethos has remained simple: we provide clear legal advice and value and insight to our clients.

We believe that through this approach and a combination of technical excellence and high quality service we can develop long-lasting partnerships and become our clients' solicitor of choice.

The department

Our team of experienced real estate finance lawyers handle a range of complex real estate finance law matters and advise on transactions throughout the UK.

The team has detailed knowledge of all sectors of the property finance industry, and acts for both lenders and borrowers.

The specialist team advises financial institutions, private equity funds, hedge funds, institutional funds and other types of lenders, as well as developers and investors. Our real estate finance team advises on a variety of financing issues.


This opportunity is to work within a team that manages a large case-load of secured lending transactions for a UK banking group.

The candidate

We are seeking an experienced paralegal, with good knowledge in all areas of commercial property or residential property. They would be expected to provide a high level of service to existing clients.

This is an excellent opportunity to join a successful team in our Norwich office in a growing firm which enjoys an excellent reputation and can offer good career prospects.

Working for one of the region's leading commercial law firms, you will be engaged in the highest quality of work in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

Equal opportunities

We are committed to recruiting individuals on merits of suitability for each role, on the basis of qualifications and experience. All applications are treated fairly and equally regardless of sexual orientation, race, disability, religious beliefs and any other protected characteristic, ensuring that there are equal opportunities at all stages of the recruitment process.