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Get relevant and recognised experience in the legal industry.
Why become a reviewer?
A flexible working schedule and variety in your cases are just two of the benefits of becoming an Altlaw document reviewer.
One of the main selling points, however, is the chance to work as part of a cutting-edge team of eDiscovery experts and gain real-world legal experience that you can carry forward in your professional career.
“Great working experience with Altlaw. I was able to get an insight into reviewing and translating legal documentation. The project manager, Umer, who I worked with directly, is professional, knowledgeable and supportive. Would definitely love to work with Altlaw again.”
Why review with Altlaw?
Document review is often the most time-consuming part of the litigation process, so if you’re going to spend several months with the same group of people looking over documents, you’ll want to make sure they have your best interests in mind and are enjoyable to work with.
Here at Altlaw, we make it our mission to provide a comfortable and friendly working environment that’s both supportive and encouraging of your achievements. We welcome all levels of experience, from first-time reviewers to review connoisseurs and provide extensive training on both the case matter and the technology being used.
We believe that happy reviewers work better and smarter. We like our reviewers to feel like they’re part of the Altlaw team regardless of their time spent with us, and we regularly hold social events involving the whole team so that everyone can get to know each other and have fun together outside of the office.
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