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Litigation Technology/eDiscovery Specialist (Harrisburg, PA)

Position Type: Other Professionals

Our Litigation Group is seeking an experienced Litigation Technology/eDiscovery Specialist for our Harrisburg, PA office.  A sampling of responsibilities includes:  Assessing and supporting litigation technology needs for all stages of litigation matters and government investigations; researching, evaluating, testing, and advising the firm regarding eDiscovery applications and cloud-based repositories; developing eDiscovery plans aligned with client goals, deadlines, and budgets; consulting with team members and clients regarding all phases of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (“EDRM”): identifying, preserving, collecting, processing, analyzing, reviewing, producing, and presenting electronically stored information (“ESI”) and paper documents; tracking and managing collected ESI through the processing of firm’s eDiscovery cloud-based repositories; troubleshoot technical issues and recommend effective solutions; and coordinating with case team regarding search criteria, reviewing processes and production; maintaining accurate records of data throughout the discovery process.

Requirements: Bachelor’s Degree and at least two years of experience in litigation technology/eDiscovery; litigation paralegal experience desired; Certified eDiscovery Specialist or Relativity User/Administration certifications desired; thorough understanding of eDiscovery process; extensive experience with software/hardware used in eDiscovery applications; strong client service, organizational skills, project management, documentation, and communication skills required; knowledge of presentation programs (Powerpoint, Trial Director); and ability to interact effectively and professionally with individuals and teams.

We offer a competitive salary, a broad range of benefits, and a team approach to practicing law. If you are interested in joining our team, please forward resume and clearly stated salary to klipinsky@nullmcneeslaw.com.