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eDiscovery Analyst/Paralegal - San Diego

Klinedinst San Diego ,CA
  • Posted: 9 days ago
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: life_insurance, medical, 401k, dental
Job Description: Uses independent analysis and creativity in researching law and background investigation. The eDiscovery Analyst/Paralegal, based in our San Diego location, works in conjunction with the eDiscovery Administrator supporting the firm’s eDiscovery, data manipulation, and review needs. This position also works directly with attorneys, other paralegals, secretaries in all offices, as well as personnel in related office services, information technology and the firm’s management team. The eDiscovery Analyst/Paralegal must be proficient in, or have extreme propensity to learn, the use and administration of the firm’s primary on-premises Relativity instance. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed.Follow and contribute to the firm’s eDiscovery Standard Operating Procedures.Intake and analyze data in preparation for loading and processing by compiling reports (including those needed for billing approval), and converting, editing, formatting, and normalizing data/load files as needed.Import and process data into the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Assist in developing effective searches, referencing ESI Protocols (when applicable), following entered Protective Orders, and implementing data analytics in the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Provide technical support to review by trial teams, troubleshoot challenges with incoming data and software applications.Perform advanced document services tasks using Export/PDF tools, batch utilities, and diagnostic software.Prepare document productions by running various quality control, orphan, and privilege checks, from the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Communicate status to the eDiscovery Administrator in a timely manner.Work closely with case teams and vendors to establish budgets, seek competitive proposals for approval.Coordinate outsourced eDiscovery assignments as required.Assist with resolving software and minor hardware issues relating to the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Provide training end-user support of the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Migrate data within, to and from the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Remain current in eDiscovery industry best practices and maintain an intricate knowledge of the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Maintain great organization and function at a high-level in deadline driven environment where priorities will often compete. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None are required. QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The candidate must have a minimum of 3 years eDiscovery experience. Currently certified or significantly experienced with Relativity eDiscovery and other discovery software (loading, processing, review, analytics, and productions). The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Multi-tasking, strong organizational, written and verbal communication skills, excellent team player and the ability to work under pressure are required. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Experience working in an eDiscovery or litigation support environment including knowledge of the litigation process, advanced understanding of the technology supporting litigation efforts, and knowledge of eDiscovery best practices, including the EDRM and The Sedona Conference publications. Have, or possess the ability to acquire within a reasonable amount of time, a working knowledge of Microsoft SQL, Case Notebook, Case Map, Adobe Acrobat, Trial Director, Relativity, Summation Pro and Summation iBlaze. Must possess the ability to import/export and convert data utilizing a variety of software packages; must be skilled working with outside vendors. Working knowledge of electronic data collection, processing and productions are required. Careers San Diego eDiscovery Analyst/Paralegal – San Diego JULY 28, 2020 Uses independent analysis and creativity in researching law and background investigation. The eDiscovery Analyst/Paralegal, based in our San Diego location, works in conjunction with the eDiscovery Administrator supporting the firm’s eDiscovery, data manipulation, and review needs. This position also works directly with attorneys, other paralegals, secretaries in all offices, as well as personnel in related office services, information technology and the firm’s management team. The eDiscovery Analyst/Paralegal must be proficient in, or have extreme propensity to learn, the use and administration of the firm’s primary on-premises Relativity instance. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Essential duties and responsibilities include the following. Other duties may be assigned as needed.Follow and contribute to the firm’s eDiscovery Standard Operating Procedures.Intake and analyze data in preparation for loading and processing by compiling reports (including those needed for billing approval), and converting, editing, formatting, and normalizing data/load files as needed.Import and process data into the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Assist in developing effective searches, referencing ESI Protocols (when applicable), following entered Protective Orders, and implementing data analytics in the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Provide technical support to review by trial teams, troubleshoot challenges with incoming data and software applications.Perform advanced document services tasks using Export/PDF tools, batch utilities, and diagnostic software.Prepare document productions by running various quality control, orphan, and privilege checks, from the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Communicate status to the eDiscovery Administrator in a timely manner.Work closely with case teams and vendors to establish budgets, seek competitive proposals for approval.Coordinate outsourced eDiscovery assignments as required.Assist with resolving software and minor hardware issues relating to the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Provide training end-user support of the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Migrate data within, to and from the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Remain current in eDiscovery industry best practices and maintain an intricate knowledge of the firm’s eDiscovery tools.Maintain great organization and function at a high-level in deadline driven environment where priorities will often compete. SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES None are required. QUALIFICATIONS To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The candidate must have a minimum of 3 years eDiscovery experience. Currently certified or significantly experienced with Relativity eDiscovery and other discovery software (loading, processing, review, analytics, and productions). The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Multi-tasking, strong organizational, written and verbal communication skills, excellent team player and the ability to work under pressure are required. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE Experience working in an eDiscovery or litigation support environment including knowledge of the litigation process, advanced understanding of the technology supporting litigation efforts, and knowledge of eDiscovery best practices, including the EDRM and The Sedona Conference publications. Have, or possess the ability to acquire within a reasonable amount of time, a working knowledge of Microsoft SQL, Case Notebook, Case Map, Adobe Acrobat, Trial Director, Relativity, Summation Pro and Summation iBlaze. Must possess the ability to import/export and convert data utilizing a variety of software packages; must be skilled working with outside vendors. Working knowledge of electronic data collection, processing and productions are required. REASONING ABILITY Ability to define problems and propose solutions, perform independent analysis, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete variables. WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Due to the time constraints associated with the nature of litigation and the competing priorities of the organization’s workload, this position is regularly required to deal with strict deadlines requiring increased efficiency and, at times, may result in increased stress. This position requires independent authority in the management of multiple projects and may require work in excess of forty (40) hours per week, as well as a requirement to meet a pre-determined number of billable hours. Company Description: Klinedinst is the go-to firm for clients looking for litigation, trial experience, transactional representation, and legal counsel. The firm was founded in 1983 by John D. Klinedinst in San Diego. Today, the firm’s offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, Orange County, and Seattle service domestic and international clients across the entire West Coast. What sets Klinedinst apart is the relationship members of our team foster with each and every client. Klinedinst serves as a strategic partner to business leaders, helping to achieve business objectives and create proactive solutions to resolve the many legal challenges that businesses are confronted with every day. Mission: To provide the highest quality legal services and advocacy to achieve our clients' goals. To be the best. To grow a forward-focused firm where diverse, talented individuals handle sophisticated and challenging work, strive to reach their potential, and build successful careers. To create a positive, welcoming workplace that values and respects employees while providing growth opportunities for all. To positively impact the legal, business, and personal communities in

Klinedinst

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Klinedinst is the go-to firm for clients looking for litigation, trial experience, transactional representation, and legal counsel. The firm was founded in 1983 by John D. Klinedinst in San Diego. Today, the firm’s offices in Los Angeles, Sacramento, San Diego, Orange County, and Seattle service domestic and international clients across the entire West Coast. What sets Klinedinst apart is the relationship members of our team foster with each and every client. Klinedinst serves as a strategic partner to business leaders, helping to achieve business objectives and create proactive solutions to resolve the many legal challenges that businesses are confronted with every day. Mission: To provide the highest quality legal services and advocacy to achieve our clients' goals. To be the best. To grow a forward-focused firm where diverse, talented individuals handle sophisticated and challenging work, strive to reach their potential, and build successful careers. To create a positive, welcoming workplace that values and respects employees while providing growth opportunities for all. To positively impact the legal, business, and personal communities in which we live and work.

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