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Remote / Telecommuting ATTORNEY Document Review Project, $25/hr  

Cadence Counsel - Miami, FL

Major Law Firm seeks a team of remote or telecommuting ATTORNEYS to review documents in a criminal investigation. Starts Mon 12/2 and is expected to last for 3 or 4 weeks. Some flexibility, but MUST Remote Document Review Attorney Work careers...

from: - 12 days ago

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Licensed Attorneys for Document Review- Pittsburgh PA 9/20  

Pittsburgh, PA, United States

has its own individual identity, and each also has its own unique rewards. Locations: US-PA (Remote) Job Role: Document Reviewer Target Start Date: ASAP Estimated Duration: 2- 3 weeks Location: Pittsburgh Remote Document Review Attorney careers...

from: - 20 days ago

Staff Litigation Attorney (Mostly Remote) Sought by Elite Class Action  

Bridgeline Solutions - New York, NY

Major multi-office plaintiff's class action firm seeks PERM Litigation Staff Attorney for varied work, including deposition preparation, fact summaries, document review etc. These are off-track contract attorney document review...

from: - 19 days ago

Litigation Paralegal  


legal documents as requested by attorneys; conduct legal research under attorney supervision. Coordinate trial/arbitration logistics, including negotiating for work space, setting-up remote office space document review paralegal...

from: - 24 days ago

Document Review Attorneys - Remote Projects  

ReviewRight - Boston, MA

We are actively registering experienced document review attorneys to join our network of great legal professionals. If you want to... telecommute document review attorney...

from: - 18 days ago


KIND Inc - Washington, DC

innovative technology tools to support dynamic, mobile casework and remote mentoring work, including support of cross-border initiatives; 8) Review, edit, and format guidance documents, narrative reports remote attorney document review...

from: - More than 30 days ago

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  • should I apply? Am I good enough for the job? The Insecure Attorney

    Hi I just graduated from law school, and I’m looking for a job that allows me to learn a bit more and ideally to work from home. I’ve been told that in my case it’d be nice to apply for a document reviewer attorney, again ideally from home. Do you have any tips or specifications I should keep in mind when sending them my cv? Is there something I should change or adapt to make them like me a bit more? (always true of course). I’d like to know your thoughts on this especially if you have worked as a document reviewer in this field and feel free to feel me in what were your job responsibilities/tasks. Everyone says it’s something I’d have no problem on doing but I’d like to make sure of that myself! Thanks for your help!
    -The insecure attorney.

    • Joseph:

      Just do it. Apply. If you think that can help your future and you'll be comfortable working at home give it a try, if you are not good enough they won't hire you or they will fire you , but at least you tried and you will be able to say yes I can do this or no I can't do this, I'm not good at it. From the bottom of my heart , if you have an opportunity , take it. No matter if you think you aren't good enough. Let THEM decide if you are not sure. Let us know how it goes! I'm sure you'll do great!

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