• E-Discovery Forensics Collection Specialist

    Job Locations US-SC-Columbia
    Job ID 2018-1768
    Litigation Solutions
  • Responsibilities

    AmLaw 100 law firm is seeking qualified applicant for an E-Discovery Forensics Collection Specialist position. Candidate to be responsible for the collection of client data from network shares, desktop and laptop computers, and mobile devices through the use of forensically sound tools and methods. Typical responsibilities include: 

    • Communicate with in house attorneys, outside counsel, and client technical personnel to create strategies for collecting data according to best practices
    • Troubleshoot technical issues regarding data collections
    • Perform forensic data extractions and analysis on computers, hard drives, and mobile devices as needed
    • Maintain data and evidence room, including audit, log and security provisions
    • Complete data collections using remote connections to client data environments, and travel as needed to perform on site data collections
    • Keeps record of data acquisitions and chain of custody of physical media
    • Understand use and operation of forensic workstation
    • Ensures all collection tools (software and hardware) are up to date and operational
    • Consult with other team members regarding collected data to assist them in processing

    We offer an excellent salary and benefit package.


    • Bachelor’s degree is required or equivalent experience
    • Experience in e-discovery collections and digital forensics required
    • Experience in the following tools required: FTK, Harvester, Magnet Axiom, Cellebrite and Clearwell
    • Relevant experience in an e-discovery vendor or law firm environment a plus
    • Seeking professional with 5+ years of experience



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