Litigation Support / eDisclosure project manager
Our client, a top-tier city law firm, is seeking a Litigation Support / E-Disclosure project manager to support the Litigation Support Manager and the Litigation Support Associate in the daily project management of a portfolio of global clients in areas of complex litigation and transactional matters.
The role will involve:
- Providing advice and practical support to fee-earners, paralegals and support staff with regard to litigation support work such as e-discovery, document reviews, document productions and trial support.
- Reviewing/analysing data received from opponents for compliance with agreed exchange protocols.
- Assisting, as well as supporting, the transactional teams in relation to deal rooms.
- Providing education and assistance to fee-earners, trainees, paralegals and to clients on the intricacies of the EDRM process.
- Closely monitor project/cases status and provide routine status reports including task completions reports and data delivery schedules.
- Supporting and assisting Fee-earners on ad-hoc matters.
- Provide administrative support to litigation support team meetings.
- Complete recording of time on the firm's business both on client matters and otherwise.
Candidates will have:
- Proven experience in E-Disclosure and Litigation Support within a Legal or Vendor environment.
- A familiarity with Early Case Assessment, Litigation Support and TAR and CAL (Assisted Review) technologies, together with the full understanding of the EDRM process through to trial.
- A minimum of one year's experience of Relativity at user and training level, and familiarity with ECA tools such as Intella, Nuix and Law or similar.
- Understanding of Data Room technology from its use in the simplest form through to more complex set up/requirements, training of users and resolving with vendor technical issues.
- Understanding of EU General Data Protection Regulation and Data Privacy Acts.
Candidates must be fully available for interview.
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