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I feel valued as a paralegal at Brabners, my contribution is recognised here - Nicola Hall, Paralegal, Lancashire.

A career in law is a rewarding one and there are many ways to achieve this goal. As the legal job market becomes increasingly competitive and finding the right role ever more challenging, an increasing number of law graduates are becoming paralegals.

Some law students take up the paralegal route after missing out on a training contract and see it as a stepping stone to securing one in the future. Others choose a paralegal role and study for the LPC on a part-time basis because they want a different experience and see it as a legitimate and equally rewarding alternative career path for an aspiring lawyer.

We are committed to equality, diversity and inclusion in all areas of work and business. We want people to achieve their best, whichever career path they take. We empower people to be themselves within an inclusive and supportive environment, enabling everyone to achieve their full potential in line with their abilities and career aspirations.

We value paralegals in our firm. Their work is key to supporting our other lawyers. They play an integral role in our departments and carry out a wide range of responsibilities.