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Neufeld Scheck & Brustin, LLP (NSB), a national civil rights law firm focused on police and
government misconduct, is looking to hire an attorney to serve as the firm’s Litigation Manager.

NSB represents individual plaintiffs in high-stake civil rights cases against police and other officials. Many of NSB’s cases are 1983 suits on behalf exonerees seeking redress for their wrongful convictions. NSB is lead counsel in cases throughout the country. Their mission is to win justice for their clients and hold officials accountable for misconduct through excellent legal work at every stage of every case.

The Litigation Manager will be responsible for:
• Advising all case teams on filing and service of process requirements;
• Overseeing all document productions, including addressing privilege questions and
technical questions related to the production software;
• Working with case teams to draft Rule 26 disclosures, subpoenas, interrogatories, and
• Problem-solving complex records requests and ensuring records requests are timely
obtained by case teams;
• Developing internal case management timeline for each case and overseeing timely
completion of tasks;
• Creating internal protocols to streamline case management, document productions, and the
filing process;
• Mentoring Civil Rights Fellows and Paralegals on day-to-day litigation case management
questions; and
• Providing internal trainings on different aspects of litigation.

Who Should Apply:
NSB is looking for candidates with:
• 4 or more years of legal experience working on complex civil litigation matters—
preferably federal—which includes filings in federal and state court to drafting case
documents to document productions;
• Demonstrated experience with document production software like Relativity or Nextpoint,
including document uploading, coding/tagging, and Bates-stamping materials;
• Experience training/onboarding and/or serving as a resource to junior attorneys, paralegals, or other litigation support professionals.
• Excellent project management skills;
• A demonstrated commitment to social justice reform (pro bono representation, volunteer
work, clinical experience in law school, etc.); and
• New York bar admission is required (admission to a U.S. District Court is preferred).

How to Apply:
NSB will accept applications for the Litigation Manager position on a rolling basis. Please email the following documents:
• Cover Letter;
• Resume; and
• List of References

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