Litigation/eDiscovery Support Coordinator- Boston, DC, San Francisco- 95-120K

Summary 

Our client, one of the country’s top environmental law firms, is seeking a Litigation and eDiscovery Support Coordinator.  To succeed in this role, you will need highly developed technical skills and a deep understanding of the litigation process and how eDiscovery supports a legal team.  In this position, you will be the firm-wide go-to for all eDiscovery needs.  The position can be located in Boston, Washington, DC, or San Francisco. 

Responsibilities for the Litigation and eDiscovery Support Coordinator 

  • Ownership for firm-wide eDiscovery processes
  • Manage outside electronic discovery vendors
  • Create and support document databases, indexes, transcripts, and images in Casepoint, Relativity, CaseMap, TextMap, and other litigation support applications
  • Assist/guide all personnel with technological aspects of litigation support
  • Liaise with litigation support vendors, including management of projects and deadlines
  • Train personnel on using Practice Support tools (e.g., Casepoint, Relativity, CaseMap, TextMap, TimeMap, and TrialDirector) and web-hosted review platforms
  • Develop Practice Support training programs
  • Create project estimates and budgets
  • Coordination with Firm Departments and Outside Vendors
  • Collaborate with the IT department to ensure database integrity, security, and availability

Requirements for the Litigation and eDiscovery Support Coordinator 

  • BA/BS
  • 3+ years’ experience in electronic discovery, litigation automation, and case management
  • Previous experience as a senior paralegal or case manager strongly preferred
  • Strong skills in MS Office and other products (e.g., TrialDirector, Relativity, CaseMap, TextMap, TimeMap,Adobe Pro, and other web-based review tools)

Compensation for the Litigation and eDiscovery Support Coordinator 

  • Annual salary $95,000-120,000

 

Reference code:  K14299A

Please note that quoted salary ranges are not guarantees of what the final salary offers might be. Our clients base their offers on a range of variables including years of work and industry specific experience, salary history, education level, etc.

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