- Full Time
Am law 200 firm is seeking an eDiscovery/Litigation Support Coordinator. This position is an integral part of the firm’s Practice Solutions – eDiscovery/Litigation Support team. Practice Solutions sits under the firm’s Legal Operations department and is responsible for Litigation Support and oversight/support of the firm’s Transactional and M&A support programs.
Leading AmLaw 200 firm historically enjoying an inclusive workplace culture. They are proud of the teamwork and the true sense of collegiality that exists throughout the firm. Associates and principals work together and successfully interact within a professional and collegial environment. They staff matters leanly and give their younger associates high level responsibilities at an early stage in their careers. And, they have a talented and dedicated professional support staff that contributes to their success in extraordinary ways and on a daily basis.
Ensuring all monthly maintenance/mitigation tasks are completed for the firm’s eDiscovery/Litigation Support and Transactional/M&A systems Coordinating with the firm’s Director of Practice Solutions and Senior Project Manager on data logging, data disposition, and information governance actions on open and closed eDiscovery/Litigation Support matters Assisting the firm’s Director of Practice Solutions and Senior Project Manager with case related tasks/work within all phases of the EDRM including, but not limited to: o production preparation, quality control, and upload; o transcript and exhibit preparation, quality control, and upload; o collection, analysis, upload, and preparation of relevant eDiscovery materials from clients and other 3rd parties; o working within firm database systems to run simple and complex searches, tag and code materials, troubleshoot user issues; and other tasks as needed/assigned Assisting the firm’s Director of Practice Solutions and Senior Project Manager with case related tasks/work within our Transactional/M&A stack of products as needed.
Qualified candidates should possess 3-5 years of experience working in a law firm or
professional services environment and a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or
university. Litigation, eDiscovery, Litigation Support experience and/or CEDS certification is a
plus. Consideration will be given to candidates that can demonstrate basic knowledge of
eDiscovery/Litigation Support and are familiar with MS Office, online eDiscovery review, and
data management tools such as Relativity and Opus2. Candidates will need to demonstrate their
knowledge/understanding and/or interest in eDiscovery/Litigation Support to be considered for
To be successful, the eDiscovery/Litigation Support Coordinator must be highly organized,
detail oriented, and possess strong written and verbal communication skills. They must be a selfstarter who is able to prioritize, manage, and complete work in a timely fashion as
needed/requested by both the Practice Solutions team and internal case teams, be inquisitive and
willing to ask questions when tasks are unclear/not understood, have a desire learn about and
become well-versed in eDiscovery/Litigation Support and firm’s eDiscovery/Litigation Support
tools, and be an active participant in ongoing educational opportunities both internally and
externally. Qualified candidates will need to demonstrate that they have a clear understanding of
the importance of teamwork and open and clear communications particularly in a hybrid work
environment. This is a fast paced environment and candidates must be able to shift priories as
needed. This position has robust opportunities for advancement for the right candidate as we are
a growing department within the firm.
Excellent opportunity to get your foot in the door within legal operations.
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