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eDisclosure Project Coordinator – Global Law Firm – Generous Salary & Hybrid Working

  • Job Type :

    Permanent

    Full-Time

  • Salary : Up to £80,000

International law firm is looking to recruit an eDisclosure Project Co-ordinator to join their busy and expanding eDiscovery / Knowledge Management practice department in their London office:

 

  • £80,000 permanent salary
  • Hybrid working (3 days office/2 days remote)
  • Stunning City based location

 

The eDisclosure Co-ordinator will ensure they deliver an efficient, consistent and high-quality approach to eDisclosure (Litigation and Arbitration), Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs) and investigations and provide client management and support with limited supervision for a wide variety of matters.

 

eDisclosure Project Coordinator responsibilities will include:

  • Recommend and deliver technical solutions, e.g., on processing strategy and throughout the life of the matter
  • Assist in the eDisclosure project set-up including liaising with our preferred vendors, fee earners and their clients
  • Assist and enable fee earners to work with document review software
  • Train fee earners in the use of Relativity and early case management platforms
  • Give on-going support to fee earners during eDisclosure projects to ensure that users understand the software and eDisclosure processes
  • Respond to technical queries and create guidance notes and precedents/templates
  • Work with the Disputes PSL and Disputes partners in promoting the firm’s litigation support capabilities
  • Support fee earners with eDisclosure, DSAR, and investigations costs budgeting

eDisclosure Project Coordinator Requirements:

  • Experience of working at a law firm (or professional services), or an eDiscovery vendor
  • An understanding of the legal framework of eDiscovery, existing rules, protocols, practices, and relevant legal and industry standards
  • Excellent knowledge and experience of Relativity, SharePoint, MS Office (including Excel, and Project) are essential