Law Clerk III, Document Review/ Litigation Support, Antitrust Division, U.S. Dept. of Justice Apr. 2022
Washington, D.C. · Legal
C & C International Recruitment Accepting Resumes For:
Law Clerk III to assist in the work of the
Document Review/ Litigation Support Services Antitrust Division, U.S. Department of Justice Washington, D.C. 20530
--- Please review the Resume Requirements, Qualifications, and Responsibilities/ Duties for the position prior to providing resume with references. --- --- Qualified resumes with references in MS Word format reviewed as priority. --- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a resume template.
Project Manager advises 10 positions available.
Candidate resumes reviewed in order of preference: 1. Local area candidate, for occasional on-site work operations/ meetings, with prior notification, in the following areas:
New York, NY
2. Resume format with references 3. Qualifications/ Responsibilities/ Duties experience listed on resume (additional positions available: Law Clerk II and Law Clerk I)
Additional positions if you do not meet Law Clerk III qualifications: (Full position description available using the highlighted weblink)
Law Clerk II – requires law degree, or attending ABA accredited law school with year 2L completed, with 2 years of experience Law Clerk I – requires law degree, or attending ABA accredited law school with year 1L completed
The is a temporary to permanent hire Service Contract Act position with an hourly pay rate of $49.25 that includes a Health and Welfare Benefit of $4.22 an hour.
Upon completion of six (6) months of employment, the selected candidate can expect an annual salary as a permanent full-time employee with the federal contractor.
Period of Performance:
Date of hire through May 31, 2023 with expected annual renewal through November 2024.
Position considered fully remote, with tele-work to be performed in accordance with the Department of Justice, Antitrust Division policies and rules of behavior, including any applicable pandemic‐related tele-work policies.
For most staff, the vast majority of the document review work will be performed in Antitrust Division instance of Relativity v10.3, so a reliable, high‐speed internet connection is an essential requirement to tele-work.
Selected candidates may be asked to work on‐site on an occasional basis, most likely on one of the core days set by the Antitrust Division sections. The core days are currently set at every Tuesday and Thursday, but the policy and the days are subject to adjustment upon periodic review.
Occasional on‐site meetings may be held involving any or all positions, so it is preferred that the contractor reside in the Washington, D.C. local area, National Capital Region.
Full contact information is requested on the resume for security clearance procedures. Resumes without complete requested information may not be considered or reviewed.
A one-paragraph overview highlighting qualifications for the position, software experience, and education
- Please clearly include software applications experience and certifications - - Clearly state experience in e-Discovery software applications such as Relativity, iPro, Case Map, Trial director, Concordance, et cetera
Resume for each person in MS Word format, over all 1” margins, 12-pitch font size, maximum two (2) pages, to include professional references
Please provide three (3) professional references in the following format:
Name of Reference: Job Title: Organization: Phone: Email: Relationship to candidate during tenure:
Please include the following contact information: full name, home address, home phone number, mobile phone number, and personal email address
For each position and school attended, please list the following:
City and State Dates of Employment (month and year) Date of Graduation (month and year)
- Must obtain a U.S. government security clearance, Public Trust
(active clearance preferred)
Law Clerk III Document Review/ Litigation Support Services, Antitrust Division Qualifications:
Must have a law degree, i.e. Juris Doctorate
Must have three (3) to five (5) years of progressively more responsible experience on litigation support projects including proven capabilities and communication skills to successfully interact with clients and attorneys
Experience in electronic document review – particularly experience working in Relativity database or equivalent e-Discovery relational database
Requires sound working knowledge of federal and state court systems, legal research procedures, and legal research resources
Requires excellent written and oral communication skills and thorough knowledge of legal research tools such as LEXIS and Westlaw
Must have hands‐on familiarity with a variety of computer applications, including word processing, databases (such as document review and file management systems), spreadsheets, and imaging
Role also requires hands‐on familiarity with Electronically Stored Information, ESI, tools and knowledge of e-Discovery procedures and resources
Must be able to obtain a favorably adjudicated Public Trust Clearance
Must be a U.S. Citizen
Currently have a favorably adjudicated Public Trust Clearance, preferred
Law Clerk III Document Review/ Litigation Support Services, Antitrust Division Responsibilities/Duties:
This position is fully remote, but with a requirement to come into the office as needed (subject to change).
Assists attorneys with all phases of criminal litigation, including pretrial discovery, motions, hearings, trials, and appeals
Reviews and analyzes documents, transcripts, files, and other materials to locate information and evidence relevant to investigative actions or responsiveness to grand jury subpoenas
Conducts legal research and analysis regarding privilege issues
Reviews and analyzes documents, transcripts, files, and other materials for privilege
Uses electronic databases to perform litigation support tasks, including reviewing, organizing, indexing, tagging, and summarizing documents, files, and other materials
Conducts database searches for documents and information
Assists attorneys in preparing for, and conducting, interviews with prospective fact witnesses, investigative sources, and expert witnesses
Identifies privileged documents and reviews and prepares privilege logs
Familiarity with federal criminal investigations and trials is desirable