About The Company
Our client is a law firm specialising in international complex and high end commercial & tax disputes with offices in London and New York. They are currently building an accounting team to conduct investigations and become an integral part of the teams advising clients.
The practice comprises of leading practitioners from various specialisms and backgrounds. The firm provides the best qualities of a law firm and the bar, combined into one practice
About The Role
We are seeking a Forensic Technology Specialist to lead a Computer Forensics team based in London. You will be able with communicate to and lead deep technology professionals as well as communicating with Barristers, Solicitors, Accountants and clients. You will have the ability to develop the firm's Forensic Technology capability to deliver a wide range of services inter alia data collection, forensic analysis, reporting and the application of AI more widely.
- Develop with the leadership, a clear road-map for the firm’s Forensic Technology capability over the next three years and lead the implementation of the agreed plan
- Maintain an up-to-date knowledge of existing and new tools may invest to ensure that the firm is able to apply cutting edge technology to help solve our clients’ and the firm’s issues
- Utilise a wide range of tools to access, extract and analyse data from phones, mobile devices, computers and storage media, developing bespoke solutions as required
- Co-ordinate closely with colleagues within and across teams to manage the delivery of client requirements
- Be service-oriented to meet client deadlines, including working out of business hours when necessary.
Skills & Experience
- Experience of working in a computer forensics, e-Discovery or technology related role within an established Forensic practice.
- Outstanding communication skills with the ability to present complex processes, technical information in an easily digestible form often to people with no technical backgrounds.
- Flexible with working hours and the ability to work in a cross-functional team.
- At least a 2:1 from a top university.