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Posted: Wednesday, January 17, 2018 12:10 AM


Baba & Gordon - Houston, TX


Seeking Attorney candidates for an electronic discovery - document review project in Houston, Texas.

Qualified Attorney candidates must be admitted/licensed to practice law in any state, active and in good standing.

We are not able to consider candidates pending admission or awaiting test results to the State Bar.

Please review the requirements and project details below.


Education: Must have completed a law degree (LL.B. / J.D. or LL.M.)

Bar (Licensure): Admitted in any state (active and in good standing)

Experience: Prior eDiscovery and Anti-trust experience a plus

Review Platform (Software): Relativity eDiscovery platform a plus

Work Site: Must be able to work on-site in Houston; No remote/relocation available

Work Authorization: Must be authorized to work in the U.S. (without sponsorship)

Additional Instructions:

Must be prepared to complete a questionnaire/conflicts info


Start Date Estimate: Tuesday, 12/19/2017

Location: Houston, TX

Duration: 5-6 Weeks (Possibly Longer)

Days/Hours: Minimum 6 Days per week; Minimum 60-80 hours per week; Minimum 8 hrs per day.

Schedule: Available hours are Monday - Sunday ; 7AM-7PM

Pay Rate: $30 per hour for Reviewers

Overtime Pay: Plus time and a half for overtime (after 40 hours per week)


Due to the volume of emails and reviewers needed for this project, it is very important that you follow these procedure when applying or your application could be missed.

Please send your up-to-date resume in WORD format including contact information and bar admissions status.

Please make sure to include your name in your resume file name (i.e. Resume of John Doe or Doe_John_Resume).

Please email your resume to with the Subject line "Houston Attorney".

Please do not submit documents via any web links or cloud storage; i.e., Dropbox or Google Drive. No Phone calls.

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