Job Details

Analytics Manager

Company name

Organization Type

Law Firm

Job Type

Non-practicing Attorney

Years of Experience

3-5 yrs required


Kansas City, MO

Date Last Verified

Dec 01,2017

Posted on

Apr 06,2017
Practice Area
Litigation >> Litigation - E-Discovery
Litigation >> Litigation - General/Commercial
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Analytics Manager Duties: Will join the litigation technology group. Will work with attorneys and paralegals in the planning and management of litigation discovery projects, specifically focused on document review workflow, planning, and reporting using relativity analytics tools and technology-assisted review platforms. This role is client facing, but also requires technical hands on experience and skill with technology platforms and managing complex discovery workflow. Consult with case managers, paralegals, and attorneys on appropriate use of Relativity Analytics tools. Make document review recommendations to case managers, paralegals, and attorneys with respect to use of Relativity Analytics and/or technology assisted review technology. Document project expectations in statements of work and/or document review coding guides and protocols. Document project progress and report progress to case managers, paralegals, and attorneys on a daily/weekly basis. Provide estimates and schedules as relates to Relativity Analytics (or Relativity Assisted Review) for assigned cases. Use of critical thinking and troubleshooting abilities to formulate cost effective solutions for time sensitive matters in conjunction with the Case Manager. Communicate complex technical solutions to non-technical audiences. Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualification and Experience

Qualifications : A Bachelor’s degree. A Juris Doctorate degree is strongly preferred. 3-5 years’ experience in an eDiscovery project management/litigation support role. Relativity Certified Administrator required or significant relevant experience. Should be an experienced professional who can effectively transfer knowledge and experience to others on the team. Experience in using and troubleshooting Litigation Support software. Specific and significant experience using relativity analytics is a requirement. Thorough understanding of the litigation process, electronic discovery best practices (in all phases of identification, collection, processing, review, and production), and the supporting technologies. Must have outstanding litigation technology and client relationship-building skills. Demonstrated ability to be organized, and detail-oriented; must have the ability to multi-task and adjust to shifting priorities; must work well under tight deadlines and in stressful situations, completing tasks quickly and efficiently. Ability to learn new technologies quickly and independently as required. Must be a team player, have ability to work independently and with minimal supervision. Strong communication skills, both verbal and written, with all levels of personnel, including interpersonal skills are required; ability to cultivate customer, vendor and coworker relationships is essential. Technical knowledge and experience in the following also preferred: Relativity, Summation, Concordance, MS Office Suite, Case Map, Text Map, Time Map, Sanction IPRO, NUIX, and Access. Overtime may be required as necessary. Travel required as needed.

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"A Large Multi Faceted Firm"

Current Employee - Reviewed on July 21, 2017

Go into this with the mindset that it will be a fast paced and hectic work environment. If you are looking for a slow and relaxed environment this would not be the best fit. Keep in mind that also newer people will not get the best cases at times.

Pros : The firm has a long history and always has plenty of work. You will always have something different if you want. The benefits are great as well because this company is large insurance isn't as expensive as it is at other firms.
Cons : The management is out of touch with most associates and makes decisions without consulting anyone before they do. This has resulted in the company growing fast and bringing in new associates. The more people the more chaotic it can be at times.
Current or former employee? : Current Employee

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