Legal Project Assistant/Data Analyst

📍 Washington, DC

ZwillGen is a boutique law firm that represents some of the biggest names in technology on a range of Internet-related legal issues including cybersecurity, privacy, government surveillance, alternative data, and fantasy sports. We offer a hard-working, positive, yet casual, work environment.

 We are in search of a Legal Project Assistant/Data Analyst to manage various stages of document productions, organize and analyze data from various databases and software, and to maintain project tracking systems for staff and attorneys. The analyst will conduct manual and automated reviews of files, as well as help prepare for productions. In addition, the analyst will work with the Paralegal and Administrative team to prepare attorneys for arbitration, hearings and depositions. Excellent internal and external communication skills are essential for this position, as the analyst will regularly be tasked with debriefing and updating the Firm and clients. Being able to handle multiple projects under pressure and time constraints is a must. This person should be detail-oriented, a good problem solver, and able to work independently with little supervision. In addition to ZwillGen PLLC, this position also will work with ZwillGen’s subsidiary, ZG Subpoena Solutions to assist with data analysis and other projects, as needed. 

Position Requirements

  • A college degree and two years of experience in data analysis and/or project management Must be able to work out of ZwillGen’s Washington D.C. office 
  • Ability to work standard business hours with some flexibility for overtime, if necessary
  • Outstanding communication skills including written, verbal, and interpersonal skills 
  • Strong computer skills with emphasis on Excel, Adobe, Microsoft Outlook, Word and Access Experience analyzing quantitative and qualitative data 
  • Strong problem solving skills – if you don’t know something, you’ll work to quickly figure it out 

Essential Job Functions

  • Organizing and analyzing data into tables, graphs, and charts for logical and statistical conclusions
  • Editing and formatting documents for productions, hearings, trials, etc.
  • Researching and compiling data from reference sources
  • Managing case files
  • Loading, updating, and maintaining databases
  • Developing research plans for data collection, management, and analysis
  • Providing assistance to attorneys and staff, as needed

Bonus Points

  • Good sense of humor and strong knowledge of pop culture

Salary and Application

Salary is commensurate with experience plus benefits.  Send a resume and cover letter to Felicia Sych – felicia@zwillgen.com.

Privacy and eCommerce Law Attorney

📍 New York, NY

We are a boutique internet and technology law firm based in Washington, D.C., with a wealth of high-tech clients ranging from early-stage start-ups to household names in the tech industry.  We are seeking an attorney with at least 4 years of privacy and digital media experience to join our small but growing New York office.

The position requires a highly motivated, forward-thinking individual with the ability to work collaboratively as part of a team in a fast-paced legal environment.  Although we achieve national accolades (e.g., Law360’s recent Practice Groups of the Year for Privacy and Consumer Protection), we’re not BigLaw:  we want attorneys who share our creative and efficient team-oriented approach to clients’ needs, and who can serve as a valued strategic counselor — not simply bill hours.  In-house experience is valued; part-time schedules may be accommodated for the right candidate; more experienced attorneys are valued and welcome.

Essential Job Functions

The ideal candidate will have worked closely with clients in one or more (not necessarily all) of the following areas:

  • Counseling companies regarding federal and state privacy statutes (CCPA, COPPA, CalOPPA, FTC Act, FCRA, CAN-SPAM, TCPA, ECPA, etc.).
  • Counseling clients regarding data security protocols, data breach response, and/or internal data and privacy governance policies.
  • Drafting and revising online privacy policies and terms of use.
  • Counseling clients regarding payment issues, such as money transmitter laws and Bank Secrecy Act, payment card rules and negotiations, gift card, escheat and stored value laws.
  • Counseling client on international data privacy laws, particularly regarding GDPR compliance.

Candidates should write and communicate well, be able to think strategically and assess risks, and be comfortable working under tight deadlines that start-up clients sometimes impose.  Salary commensurate with experience, plus benefits.

If you are qualified and interested in this position, please email your resume to recruiting@zwillgen.com.