Part time Job - English and Chinese Speaking Lawyers for Document Review Projects, Consilio Hong Kong Limited
Consilio Hong Kong Limited

Consilio is the global leader in legal consulting and services. Our worldwide team of professionals bring their expertise and a commitment to service excellence to every engagement, partnering with our clients to develop solutions to their most pressing challenges. Our eDiscovery and document review teams have deep experience in litigation and antitrust matters, HSR second requests, as well as internal and regulatory investigations. Consilio supports multinational law firms and corporations with innovative software, managed services and solutions that span eDiscovery, document review, information governance, regulatory compliance, data privacy, law department management, contracts management and legal analytics. ISO 27001 certified, the company can deploy its services rapidly and efficiently to clients anywhere in the world from offices and data centers across Europe, Asia and North America.

Consilio is urgently recruiting bilingual English and Chinese speaking lawyers to participate in an upcoming document review project in Hong Kong. 
We are looking for qualified lawyers fluent in English and Chinese with the right to work in Hong Kong. The positions are temporary based on project requirements.

English and Chinese Speaking Lawyers for Document Review Projects

Job Ref.CT3107791-01#0004

Project Requirements:

  • Legal background; 
  • Bar admission (preferable);
  • Work experience with a law firm or an in-house legal department;
  • Document review experience (preferable);
  • Fluent/near native in English, both written and spoken; 
  • Excellent analytical and communication skills; 

To apply, please send your CV and a short covering letter to

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