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ProfileBIC Intake Coordinator The candidate will work under the supervision of the Business Intake and Conflicts (BIC) Director of Operations & Projects and focus on New Business. Will also work in conjunction with the BIC Directors and Managers as well as the Senior Conflicts Analysts (New Business) as they are primarily responsible for processing and analyzing incoming new client and new matter workflow requests and analyzing large conflict check reports on a daily basis to determine any direct or potential conflicts. The business intake and conflicts function is essential to the firm's (1) compliance with (a) ethical obligations prevailing in jurisdictions in which the Firm maintains offices and in which it practices and (b) the firm's Risk Management policies and procedures, (2) avoidance of malpractice claims and ethical violations, and (3) ability to onboard new business, in the form of new clients and new matters for existing clients, new timekeepers and new employees in a timely fashion. Should have a college degree or creditable prior work experience and knowledge of conflicts intake, including an overall understanding of a corporate law practice. Also required is Paralegal Certificate. Completion of an ethics course in paralegal program and/or experience as a paralegal or conflicts analyst in a law firm is preferred. Must have excellent written and oral communication skills, strong analytical and interpersonal skills and sound organizational skills. Should also have the ability to work independently and the ability to prioritize and juggle multiple tasks.
Req. #: 748
101 California Street
San Francisco, CA 94111
Current Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017
The law office should step away from only focusing on attorneys and should also look into helping other staff. Also, there is a need for affordable benefits.Pros : The law firm is composed of employees and staff which are respectful and very knowledgeable. The law firm is unique in the sense that they embrace a different type of work culture.