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Organization TypeLaw Firm
Years of Experience
Date Last Verified
ProfileConflicts Screening Analyst Duties: Reporting to the Conflicts Screening Supervisor, you will be responsible for ensuring that a complete, documented conflicts search is performed for every piece of proposed new business. Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following: Evaluating/interpreting screening forms to determine the necessary names/entities to screen; clarifying any discrepancies with individual attorneys, secretaries and legal assistants; Performing computer searches of indices and databases for references to names listed on new business screening, informal and preliminary screening forms; Ensuring all references and supporting documentation resulting from searches are recorded in the New Business Screening Form; Maintaining Securities Clearance data integrity and performing searches in accordance with securities clearance procedure; Distributes new Insulation memoranda to the Firm as outlined in the Insulation Procedure. Maintains the Insulation data integrity. Responsible for the administrative portion of the Audit Letter Response process, including preparation of specialized accounting reports to assist paralegals drafting audit letters and facilitating communication with docket personnel to gather information on relevant litigation; Accessing financial system to enter data from new business forms, assigns proper billing numbers for new clients and/or new matters and updating information as requested; Preparing and distributing weekly departmental publications as needed; Maintaining related party index and linking related party names to clients/matters; Assisting Firm personnel with all screening or billing number questions; Preparing department standard memos, letters, lists and other documents as required; Assisting in the maintenance of all client and general files (electronic and paper).
Qualification and Experience
The candidate must have a college degree and 2+ years of related work experience. A law degree / JD Degree is preferred. The ability to adjust to changing priorities in a deadline driven environment, perceive and analyze problems, develop alternatives and make or recommend sound decisions and maintain flexibility toward individual’s schedule is required. Individual will possess the ability to follow both oral and written instructions, to communicate and work effectively with a diverse group of attorneys, paralegals and administrative staff and to maintain attention to detail. The capacity to work with limited supervision and maintain multiple long term projects is also required. The ability to visually verify the accuracy of completed work.
Schiff Hardin LLP.
233 South Wacker Drive
Chicago, IL 60606-6473
Former Employee - Reviewed on December 18, 2017
The law office is losing track of having a much more presentable presence in terms of culture and growth. The firm should embrace positive changes.Pros : The law firm is composed of a management team that has made it easier for them to collaborate with staff. Employees do have a saying in contributing to improving the environment of the law office.