Conflicts Reporting Analyst (m/w/d)
Latham & Watkins
Latham & Watkins, a global law firm consistently ranked among the top firms in the world, is seeking a Conflicts Reporting Analyst to join our dynamic Conflicts team in in Hamburg or Frankfurt.
About Latham & Watkins
Latham & Watkins is dedicated to hiring and developing the best and brightest. A key to Latham’s success and our continued ability to deliver the highest quality service to our clients is our “one-firm” culture – a spirit of teamwork and shared commitment to quality across our offices worldwide that has long distinguished Latham from other law firms.
About The Role
As a Conflicts Reporting Analyst, you will be responsible for performing, analysing, interpreting, and providing specialized research regarding conflicts check reports. You will be assisting attorneys with their conflict check requests, the clarification of entities on the report and related research. Other key responsibilities include:
- Explaining to attorneys the meaning of data contained in the conflicts report as needed.
- Handling complex and special requests involving conflict-related issues.
- Researching and retrieving client/matter intake forms, new matter memos, accountant’s letters, engagement letters, waiver letters and other essential documents needed for the resolution of the conflict check.
- Responding to questions from attorneys and staff regarding these documents.
- Updating and inputting data into the Conflicts Database; spots and corrects errors; researches internal and external information resources to confirm the accuracy of the information
Join our team if you:
- Have advanced ability to perceive and analyse problems and develop alternative strategies to solve them.
- Demonstrate the ability to work in a team environment with a customer service focus
- Display strong organizational skills needed to manage time well, prioritize effectively, and handle multiple deadlines; ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously
- A Bachelor’s degree; a minimum of four (4) years relevant experience may be considered in lieu of Bachelor’s degree.
- A minimum of three (3) years relevant library, paralegal experience performing research functions, or related law firm experience (desired); a J.D. degree may be considered in lieu of related law firm experience.
We encourage you to apply!
Successful candidates will not only be provided with an outstanding job opportunity and welcoming environment, but will also be provided with a generous total compensation package with bonuses awarded in recognition of both individual and firm performance. Eligible employees can participate in Latham’s comprehensive benefit program which includes:
- Travel and meals allowance
- Pension plan
- Disability insurance, personal accident insurance & life assurance
- Professional development programs
- Wellness programs (e.g. membership to HeadSpace, access to mental health services, well-being events, etc.)
- Sport courses and training
- And more!
Latham & Watkins is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our commitment to diversity, equal opportunity and sustainability enables Latham & Watkins to draw from a remarkable wealth of talent to create one of the world's leading law firms.
Latham & Watkins' lawyers, paralegals, and professional staff worldwide comprise a rich mixture of different races, ethnic backgrounds, religions, sexual orientations, cultures, and primary languages. Our diversity makes us who we are.
What sets Latham & Watkins apart is our commitment to our pro bono work and sustainability initiatives. Latham's dedication to pro bono work is a source of pride and reflects a fundamental part of the firm’s culture. For more information about our pro bono work, please click here.
Latham & Watkins is committed to supporting the long-term sustainability of the environment, you can find more information on our sustainability programs by visiting our Latham Sustainability webpage.
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