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Information Governance Senior Analyst

Published December 15th, 2023

About the Role

The Information Governance Senior Analyst is an integral part of Latham’s Information Governance team. This role will be responsible for coordinating all primary functions of the Information Governance Operations team, including file management (both physical and electronic), file intake, file releases, destruction requests, data access requests, case room management, and records retention, while coordinating all major functions of the department with minimal supervision, and developing plans, organizing files and workflow, and assuming responsibility for the completion of major projects. This role will be located in our New York office and will be required to go in-office 4 days a week. 

Responsibilities & Qualifications

Other key responsibilities include:

  • Identifying opportunities to enhance the Information Governance program by utilizing a thorough understanding of information management, security, and privacy principles 
  • Consulting firm personnel on the appropriate locations where data should be stored; acting as a resource regarding various information governance questions for staff, attorneys, and other users, and providing instruction and training as needed
  • Coordinating the execution of and ensuring compliance with records retention procedures, ascertaining which files are subject to retention, and maintaining meticulous records regarding file disposition
  • Developing, maintaining, and coordinating appropriate inventory systems to track persons responsible for the files, room usage, file status, location, and other factors related to effective space management and Information Governance Operations oversight

We’d love to hear from you if you:

  • Have well-developed and professional interpersonal skills; ability to effectively interface with attorneys, management, support staff, clients, and outside contacts 
  • Aspire to join a robust Information Governance team with strong support from leadership for continued professional development and growth opportunities
  • Can work in a fast-paced environment with technical proficiency in iManage, iManage Records Manager (IRM), and the Microsoft Office suite, among other programs

And have:

  • Bachelor’s degree is required; a minimum of five (5) years relevant Information Governance or Records experience may be considered in lieu of a bachelor’s degree
  • A minimum of five (5) years of relevant Information Governance or Records experience desired, preferably in a law firm Information Governance or Records Department
  • Experience in other law firm positions having significant document organizational responsibilities may be considered in lieu of directly related Information Governance or Records experience
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