Conflicts Analyst

Web ID: SF010222

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Compensation: $65,000 to $75,000 DOE

Education: Bachelor's Degree or Equivalent Experience

Benefits: Excellent Benefits

Summary:

The purpose of the Conflicts Analyst position is to participate in the Firm’s risk management activities by performing business research and database content analysis designed to reduce risk to the Firm and increase billable lawyer productivity.

Job Description:

The ultimate goal is to provide information to the Conflict Review Lawyer or requesting Firm attorney so that they can confirm
1) that the acceptance of the new business does not negatively affect the interests of current or past Firm clients and
2) that the new business does not affect the Firm’s ability to impartially represent current, former, and new clients.

Reports to the Senior Manager of Business Intake & Conflicts.
The work hour requirements for this position will be aligned with their California office business hours regardless of resident US office location.

Job Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution. If no degree, a minimum of 5 years experience in a conflicts analyst role is required.
  • Substantial experience conducting company information research using proprietary databases, company websites and other internet resources.
  • Strong research, problem-solving, decision-making, and analytical skills.
  • Fully vaccinated for COVID-19, subject to accommodation.
  • This role may be hybrid and will require a minimum of three days per week (or at least 60%) present in the office, and up to two days per week (40%) may be performed remotely.
  • Position is full-time and requires a five-day work week and standard hours.
  • Must participate in weekend and after-hours rotations to accommodate service to the Firm’s International offices, meet established deadlines, or stay current with occasional peaks in workload.


To Apply: Complete the form below and upload your most current resume. You may also include a cover letter or an additional document.