Legal Technology Coordinator
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The Legal Technology Services (LTS) team provides legal information management, case support services and related consultancy services to all areas of the ACCC and AER. These services include management of case material, the establishment and ongoing management of databases, electronic case preparation, digital forensics, technology assisted review (TAR) including analytics and predictive coding, eDiscovery, disclosure and other productions, and provision of software to assist with case preparation and litigation.
Role and Duties
This is a fantastic opportunity to join a team of solutions focussed, innovative thinkers who are dedicated to providing quality eDiscovery and digital forensic activities across the organisation.
We are looking for someone who enjoys learning new skills, is confident in adopting new technologies and following established business processes, while supporting significant investigation and litigation matters.
The Legal Technology Coordinator (APS5) position assists in the coordination of evidence and case material for ACCC/AER’s investigation and litigation matters, the ongoing maintenance of Nuix Discover (Ringtail) databases and providing advice and support in respect of these databases.
Responsibilities and duties include:
- Coordinate and undertake the document processing needs for investigation and litigation matters. Liaise with third party providers and assess whether third party providers meet quality and timeliness standards, identify and raise issues and liaise with team members to find solutions.
- Provide database administration and maintenance including, but not limited to, creation of databases, producing lists and reports, importing and exporting of data and indexing, ensuring compliance with established methodologies and protocols.
- Represent the LTS team and the ACCC in providing information, advice and recommendations in relation to litigation support and associated technologies.
- Prepare accurate and appropriately detailed documents, including correspondence, templates, briefing notes, papers and reports.
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