AmLaw 100 law firm is seeking an eDiscovery Collection Specialist.
In this role, the eDiscovery Collection Specialist will perform and support all aspects of data identification, preservation and collection of Electronically Stored Information (ESI) in support of litigation, investigation and other electronic discovery matters.
Identify relevant sources of data and locations for designated custodians
Preserve data such as email, voice mail, text and data files using eDiscovery standard preservation tools/methodologies
Non-forensic data acquisition / collection utilizing forensically sound collection methodologies and toolsets in support of investigations and agency actions
Forensic data acquisition / collection utilizing forensic methodologies and toolsets in support of litigation
Forensic analysis, processing and tracking of collected data - Media Logging
Respond to any project related queries and work with others to provide solutions.
Troubleshoot issues, prepare summaries, document processes and workflows, propose solutions, and collaborate and communicate with internal team members.
Various other tasks in support of our forensics and collection efforts Accuracy and attention to detail, even under pressure
Ability to effectively organize and balance multiple projects and responsibilities, often under tight timeframes
Clear understanding and recognition that work schedule is ultimately determined by attorney needs, and may involve after-hours and/or weekends
Strong interpersonal skills and professional demeanor.
Ability to describe complex technical concepts / ideas in non-technical terms
Provide support to the Relativity, Ipro and Nuix platforms as well as general team support.
Bachelor Degree and 2 years of related experience
Familiar with Exchange 2007 and 2013 Exchange 2013 eDiscovery processes
Basic Exchange recipient administration concepts (journaling, mailbox, shared mailbox) Previous computer forensics / electronic discovery experience
Understanding of the eDiscovery process and methodology (EDRM)
Proficient in the use of EnCase or Forensic Toolkit
Firm understanding of Chain of Custody procedures; forensic best practices, and evidence handling and preservation
Experience with litigation support software such as Relativity, Clearwell, Concordance;
Experience processing data using software such as IPRO eCapture, NUIX, LAW
Understanding of computer networking concepts, network security, traffic and throttling
Experience with Window administration including AD and Group Policy
Understanding of file systems and hard disk drive structures
Experience with networking, and troubleshooting personal computers and servers
Nelson Mullins Riley