The Role We are looking for a Litigation Technology Specialist with a minimum of 3 years’ experience to provide litigation technology support under the supervision of the Manager of eDiscovery and Data Advisory function (GEDA) for Australia. The Team Our eDiscovery and Data Advisory function sits within the Baker McKenzie Dispute Resolution Group. Skills and experience required Minimum of 3 years’ experience. Tertiary qualifications/undergraduate degree required (Information Technology, Computer Science or Law, preferred). Nuix experience required. Administrator experience with Ringtail/Relativity. Full cycle litigation experience required. Ability to write clear, concise memoranda and reports in response to requests for information. Strong working knowledge of forensics and electronic discovery. Must maintain client confidentiality. Responsibilities The responsibilities include (but are not limited to): Organizing and maintaining Electronically Stored Information (ESI) and other litigation documents following standardized protocol, assisting with and maintaining databases and providing support to the region for all eDiscovery projects, and providing consultation to all offices concerning ESI for collections, processing, review and production. Managing all database related functions. Document collection, management and production. Technical expertise and advice, including supporting case teams, advising legal teams on use of technology, providing technical solutions for managing data, advising on Australian Superior Court Practice Notes and common document exchange protocols. The Firm At Baker McKenzie, we are different in the way we think, work and behave. Like no other law firm, we were born global. Our Australian practice was established in Sydney in 1964, in Melbourne in 1982 and in Brisbane in 2014. Diversity & Inclusion Baker McKenzie is committed to providing a diverse and inclusive culture for all its employees, with equal opportunity for all to progress and have a meaningful career with our Firm. Our mission is to foster an environment where individuals of every ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, religion, age, disability, carer status and working style may succeed professionally and fully contribute to the goals of the Firm. As part of our inclusive culture, we encourage applications from all genders, abilities and cultural backgrounds including Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander people. To Apply Please click on the Apply icon to start the online application process for this role. For further information, please contact Angelique Holden, Talent Management Consultant, 02 8922 5596.