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eDiscovery Analyst, London, Jersey, Guernsey or Cayman

2022-01-12 12:23:052022-02-10 Personnel Appointments
Job Type Permanent
Area Guernsey, United Kingdom Guernsey United Kingdom
Sector LegalIT
Start Date ASAP
Job Ref XS29271
Job Views 34
Description
Our client is a leading law firm seeking to recruit an eDiscovery Analysts. This role is open for candidates who are either based in London, Jersey, Guernsey or Cayman.

Overall purpose of the role:

Work closely with their Chief Information Security Officer in providing innovative eDiscovery services to their global Litigation practice and other teams handling contentious matters and/or investigations. Support the legal discovery process, including managing document reviews and investigations, and ensuring that firm procedures and best practices are followed when working with digital evidence.

Key responsibilities will include;

•Handle the day-to-day management of digital evidence and datasets, including the maintenance of chain-of-custody records and the coordination of collections, receipts and deliveries of devices
•Carry out project management tasks with respect to individual investigations and electronic disclosure exercises, including, but not limited, to preparation of review batches, formulation of searches and implementation of updates to project workspaces
•Carry out project management tasks with respect to individual investigations and electronic disclosure exercises, including, but not limited, to preparation of review batches, formulation of searches and implementation of updates to project workspaces
•Provide user support to internal and client users working with document review tools, file-sharing platforms and extranets
•Work with the relevant teams on the planning of investigations and disclosure exercises

The successful candidate will have:

•Qualifications and/or experience in using industry recognised eDiscovery platforms like Relativity or Intella Connect
•Degree in a relevant subject, e.g. computer science or digital forensics degree
•At least two years' experience in working with electronic evidence and managing electronic disclosure projects gained through working in a law firm or an e-disclosure services provider
•Able to demonstrate a problem solving approach utilising clear and effective communication, whilst working independently
•Able to communicate and understand the requirements of this role's stakeholders: lawyers, IT specialists and disclosure service providers.
•Familiar with Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM)

For more information, please email: info@pa.gg or call: +44 1481 723221. Please visit our website www.pa.gg for our latest vacancies.



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