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Conflicts Researcher

Los Angeles, CA

We have fantastic opportunity for a Conflicts Researcher in our top-rated law firm client in their Los Angeles office.  This opportunity offers a competitive base, bonus and excellent benefits/growth potential.  Qualified candidates will have law firm experience and a Bachelor's degree.

The hours for this position will be 12:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.


The ideal candidate will investigate, identify, and recommend resolution of conflicts-of-interest. 


What You'll Do:

  • Conduct thorough and accurate research of corporations, agencies and individuals listed as incoming parties to client/matters, or submitted with preliminary conflicts checks;
  • Analyze and evaluate both the reference source research results and conflicts reports to determine whether conflicts-of-interest may exist with incoming parties;
  • Inform attorneys and administrative staff as to whether potential or actual conflicts exist and propose the necessary steps to resolve; Consult with management on complex conflicts issues potentially requiring the further direction of the Professional Responsibility Committee;
  • Update the corporate hierarchies or “family trees” in the Firm’s conflicts database and billing database;
  • Conduct pro-active research of mergers, acquisitions and potential bankruptcies using various business reference sources and record findings in the conflicts database;
  • Prepare new business intake forms for review by the Conflicts Manager;
  • Research and process requests including close, reopen, client, matter, and mailing/contact change requests;
  • Work overtime as required; and
  • Handle additional Conflicts research and analysis projects as assigned.

What You'll Bring:

  • Bachelor’s degree (strongly preferred);
  • At least 1 year of law firm or professional services experience (preferred);
  • Fundamental-level proficiency in conflicts related computer operations and software programs;
  • Fundamental-level proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, with emphasis on Microsoft Word;
  • Advanced-level proficiency in business verbal and written communications; and
  • Fundamental knowledge of research procedures and methodology.

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