Legal Editorial Associate
Major Responsibilities / Accountabilities
• Identify, determine and resolve direct and indirect case history relationships, as required.
• Adhere to editorial publishing schedules and quality standards.
• Verify own work for accuracy and completeness, and ensure that the information is properly presented and organized.
• Attend and participate in meetings as requested/required.
• Develop understanding of the roles and responsibilities of each collaborator/team member and how each role impacts production.
Scope and Impact
• Prioritizes own work.
• Solves a range of problems; analyzes possible solutions using standard procedures and implements as directed.
• Receives a moderate level of guidance and direction.
• Decisions impact own work deliverables and are largely directed by guidelines, policies, and production schedules.
Technical /Professional Skills & Competencies
• Strong ability to analyze editorial materials.
• Developing knowledge of U.S. legal system and terminology.
• Sound editorial judgment and attention to detail.
• Developing knowledge of Thomson Reuters Legal publications and products related to the employee's responsibilities.
• Developing understanding of editorial production processes and requirements.
• Solid verbal and written communication skills, as required.
• Strong technical skills, including proficiency on company specific systems necessary to perform job functions.
• Ability to work successfully in a collaborative or team environment.
• Ability to communicate appropriately and effectively with all contacts, both internal and external.
Relationships: Internal / External
• Maintain relationships with content providers and stakeholders as required, escalating issues as appropriate.
• Effectively work across teams to accomplish objectives.
Certifications / Education
• Bachelors degree or completion of a paralegal program accredited by the ABA or the AAfPE.
Has basic knowledge and experience in legal editorial content creation and analysis with Thomson Reuters Legal proprietary systems and processes.
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