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Litigation Support/eDiscovery Analysts


Many litigation support/ediscovery analysts work as paralegals and legal assistants. Job opportunities for these professionals are expected to grow 12 percent (much faster than the average for all careers) through 2028, according to the U.S. Department of Labor. Paralegals and legal assistants are in demand because they are a cost-effective alternative to lawyers. “Learning new skills is a necessity for many paralegals, legal assistants, and other support professionals,” according to the Robert Half Legal Salary Guide 2020. Already, legal staff are frequently the first people to be tapped to handle tech issues. They’re often proficient in Microsoft Office, e-filing, billing systems, litigation software such as Relativity, and legal management systems such as CompuLaw and ProLaw. This tech experience will become even more critical as organizations further pursue digital transformation.”

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