Manager, Managed Document Review (MDR)

  • Competitive
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • EY.
  • 06 Sep 17

Job Title: Manager, Managed Document Review (MDR) Location: London Salary Level: Competitive

EY Managed Document Review (MDR) forms part of EY's Forensic Technology and Discovery Services (FTDS) business unit. The team act on a variety of matters ranging from internal investigations, cross-border litigation and arbitration cases, and worldwide regulatory investigations. Comprising of leading professionals in the areas of Law and Technology, the team form an integral part of EY's eDiscovery service offering. Essential Functions of the Job: The MDR

Manager's essential responsibilities may include:

  • Liaising with clients, in-house counsel, external legal teams, witnesses, other experts, police, criminal prosecutors and regulatory enforcers
  • Serve as the primary point of contact and liaison between management team, QC team and first-level reviewers, ensuring that the requirements of the project are met
  • Prepare documentation needed for project support, including project specifications, review manuals and reports
  • Monitor daily activity, provide status reports, and conduct daily briefings
  • Communicate regularly with QC and management teams to track project progress Performing data and review analytics and search analysis on datasets

Knowledge and Skills Requirements:

  • Project management skills, including experience in developing management reports, processes and systems that produce predictable results on time and on budget for large complex projects
  • Effectively summarize and conclude on work, applying appropriate documentation standards
  • Master use of intermediate functions of firm standard and service-line specific software applications and databases, e.g., MS Excel, MS Powerpoint, Relativity (kCura)

Qualification Requirements

  • Qualified lawyer with experience of working in an established law firm or in-house legal department,
  • Licensed to practice law and in good standing preferably within the jurisdiction in which they are working
  • Minimum 2 years' experience in managing large document review teams
  • Experience in managing quality control process for document review projects
  • Working knowledge of litigation technology, including key applications, databases and programs such as Relativity