Litigation Technology Specialist

Location
Pittsburgh, United States
Job Type
Full-time
     
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Description

Litigation Technology Specialist

Under the supervision of the Practice Technology Services Director and, the direction of a Litigation Technology Services Project Manager, the Specialist is responsible for creating, maintaining and troubleshooting litigation support databases and trial presentation software and hardware.

Responsibilities include:

  • Operating litigation technology systems with an emphasis on Relativity, LawPreDiscovery, TrialDirector and the CaseMap suite.  He/She must understand key concepts of electronic discovery and the EDRM model.
  • Handling complex projects, implementing quality assurance steps in the processing and production phases and, assisting and guiding firm case teams when they encounter technical obstacles.
  • Assisting with in-house eDiscovery support by developing recommendations, plans, cost estimates, budgets, procedures, and specifications for case-specific eDiscovery project and acting as a liaison between a firm’s case teams, eDiscovery vendors, and corporate clients.
  • Ability to work within scheduling constraints in high pressure situations is critical, and handling multiple priorities working under tight deadlines with minimal supervision.

 

Skills and Requirements:

  • Associate degree or equivalent experience, technology or paralegal focus is preferred. Minimum of four years of experience in a Litigation Support position.
  • Minimum of four years direct technical working experience with industry leading litigation support software (e.g. Relativity, Summation, Concordance, IPRO, TextMap, TimeMap, Trial Director, CaseMap, Law PreDiscovery, NUIX and MS Access).
  • Knowledge of handling, processing and manipulating large volumes of electronic data for purposes of loading into a litigation support database.
  • Familiarity with the litigation process and procedures from initial filing through trial.
  • Strong technical skills with operating systems and demonstrated experience with troubleshooting hardware and software problems.
  • Experience processing data through eDiscovery packages such as Law PreDiscovery.
  • Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions.
  • Excellent research and development skills.
  • Ability to work with deadlines and stressful situations.
  • Willingness to be available during business off-hours.

 


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