Resume Document Review

A resume document review or a doc review is a type of resume forwarded by attorneys seeking a job in a firm who perform the task of examining the importance of documents by utilizing their knowledge about the facts and figures related to the case. Doc review is the most labor-intensive and detail-oriented work of the litigation process and after close analysis of all the documents, it is decided which ones will be withheld for production to the opposing counsel. A resume document review is usually sent by temporary or contract attorneys who work by the hour and their compensation depend on the place they work, the city and the case. The candidate must also have technical knowledge as software and internet is often used for the review purpose.

Sample Resume Document Review:

Name: Matt Miner

Address: 99 East View Road, Michigan

Email ID:

Phone number: 843298432

Objective: To use my skills and technical knowledge and apply them in the review of documents that will help with litigation cases

Educational qualifications:

I have a bachelor’s law degree from the University of Tulsa, year 2002

I passed high school from St Joseph’s School, Tulsa, year 1998

Professional experience:

I worked with Arthur Jennings Firm for 4 years and Lyman and Brothers Law Firm for 3 and half years

Skills and area of expertise:

I am extremely detail-oriented and very organized

I have excellent communication skills, both written and verbal

I have worked with patent infringement and trademark infringement cases

I am fluent in Spanish and Russian

I have technical knowledge of the latest software/platform

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