Founded in 1996, Joffe & Associés is a French law firm which currently has 40 lawyers and assists its clients in France and internationally by providing experience and know-how in all areas of business law and in various sectors of activity.

We are proud of the loyalty of our clients, whether they are SMEs, large French or international groups, start-ups or investment funds, and some of them have been with us since the creation of their structures in their development projects.

Based in Paris and London, we have a network of international correspondents with whom we work on a daily basis.

Trust, cohesion and sharing are our fundamental values.




The job:


  • a full time paralegal job;
  • start date: 19 September 2022;
  • end date: 31st July 2023;
  • this job opportunity could lead to a training contract position in September 2023;
  • salary: depending on experience;
  • working hours: 9.30am-5.30pm;
  • holidays: 25 days per year + bank holidays; and
  • location: chancery lane, London.


The firm:


Joffe and Partners LLP is a law firm based in London and is part of Joffe Associés which has offices in Paris, Aix-en-Provence and Los Angeles. Joffe and Partners is a dynamic law firm of four partners and willing to grow.

Its practice covers commercial litigation, arbitration and transactional work on various commercial matters (as well as IP, IT, employment and corporate), with a particular focus on cross-border matters. Our clients are French and international multinationals, tech companies and high net worth individuals.

You will work closely with the managing partner (who is a solicitor, advocate and avocat au barreau de Paris) of the firm. It is a great opportunity to gain first-hand experience.


The ideal candidate:


  • holds LLB/GDL and LPC or other equivalent;
  • is fluent in French and English; and
  • is motivated, dynamic, and willing to learn.


The candidate must have the right to work in the UK.


Application process:


  • CV in English and letter of motivation/presentation in English must be sent to ; and
  • successful applicants of the first stage will be interviewed by the managing partner.