E-Discovery Contract Attorney (Licensed and/or Unlicensed)
We are recruiting for any e-discovery document reviews for licensed and unlicensed attorneys. Electronic discovery (sometimes known as e-discovery) is the electronic aspect of identifying, collecting and producing electronically stored information in response to a request for production in a law suit or investigation. This includes, but is not limited to, emails, documents, presentations, databases, voicemail, audio and video files, social media, and web sites.
After data is identified by the parties on both sides of a matter, potentially relevant documents (including both electronic and hard-copy materials) are placed under a legal hold – meaning they cannot be modified, deleted, erased or otherwise destroyed. Potentially relevant data is collected and then extracted, indexed and placed into a database. At this point, data is analyzed to cull or segregate the clearly non-relevant documents and e-mails. The data is then hosted in a secure environment and made accessible to reviewers who code the documents for their relevance to the legal matter (contract attorneys are often used for this phase of the document review).
-Any active State Bar or non-licensed candidates must have completed law school and have a JD.
-Possess a JD.
-Any e-discovery software preferred but not required.
Lawyer's Staffing offers competitive rates, health, dental and vision policies, a referral bonus program, 401(k) with company match, holiday pay, and performance bonuses. All resumes are held in strict confidence. We never forward your resume anywhere without obtaining your authorization first. Lawyer's Staffing is an Equal Opportunity Employer.