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Conflicts & New Business Intake Analyst (Temporary)

Fenwick & West, LLP
Mountain View, CA
United States

Fenwick & West is a top-tier law firm with an open and inclusive culture. With more than 400 lawyers and 400 employees in Silicon Valley, San Francisco, Santa Monica, Seattle and New York, we work with companies on the cutting edge of technology, life sciences and cleantech. For more than four decades, our firm has helped some of the world's most recognized companies become and remain market leaders. We are proud to have been named one of the Best Places to Work in the Bay Area for the twelfth year.

Fenwick is seeking for a Temporary Conflicts & New Business Intake Analyst (approximately 9-12 months) who, under the direction of the Risk Management Manager and Business Intake Supervisor, will be responsible for analyzing and processing new business intake, conflicts, and other risk management tasks. This position can be based in any of our offices.

Responsibilities Include:
- Analyze and resolve conflict checks and provide in-depth research of corporate family information using in-house and commercial databases.
- Review and track precise and accurate information pertaining to firm clients in our conflicts and new business intake databases.
- Provide assistance and back-up to the lateral hire conflicts process.
- Evaluate business intake forms for adherence to the firm’s risk practice and guidelines.
- Research and evaluate client/matter security and ethical screens.
- Organize various business intake requirements, and follow-up on outstanding items.
- Oversee client and matter change requests, including research and analysis on risk issues.

Desired Skills & Qualifications:
- Knowledge of automated conflicts software, preferably Aderant.
- Proficient computer skills required (knowledge of MS Office applications preferred).
- Willingness to perform repetitive tasks.
- Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines in a deadline-driven environment.
- Ability to compile, review, and determine logical recommendations based on a variety of information.
- Business writing skills as necessary to present routine business information.
- Good judgment in determining when assistance is needed in communicating with attorneys on varied issues.
- Excellent attention to detail and data-entry skills.

The qualified candidate will preferably have a minimum of 1-2 years of conflicts experience. College degree preferred.

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