Do more than just write code. Become a software dispute expert.

    DisputeSoft provides expert services to law firms engaged in cutting-edge, high-profile software disputes. Working at DisputeSoft will provide you the opportunity to work alongside senior experts, and attorneys from the nation’s top law firms, who work on behalf of large and medium companies (including Fortune 500s), innovative startups, and government clients in a variety of high-stakes contract, fraud, and intellectual property disputes. The DisputeSoft team provides expert analysis in technology disputes to clients across all industries, specifically involving software failure, intellectual property, trade secrets, and computer forensics. DisputeSoft’s experts apply decades of real-world software development and implementation experience to deeply investigate produced systems and documents, reach findings and opinions, prepare expert reports, and defend opinions at deposition and trial.

    The IT Analyst Intern is a technical investigator whose work requires them to uncover factual information and analyze the significance of that information by leveraging scientific principles to DisputeSoft’s clients. Therefore, the IT Analyst Intern must have the deep technical skills in computing algorithms and software systems to perform these tasks and the ability to apply those skills to form opinions about complex technical situations. DisputeSoft’s primary clients are attorneys, and the IT Analyst Intern is expected to communicate his/her methodology and findings effectively to a lay audience, both verbally and in writing.

    Competitive candidates for the position will possess the following qualifications:

    • Working towards a Bachelor’s degree or higher in Computer Science or a related field of study
    • Academic or professional experience with object-oriented programming
    • Academic or professional experience with at least one scripting language such as Python, Ruby, PHP, or Perl
    • Academic or professional experience with relational databases, including SQL
    • Strong technical problem-solving skills
    • Strong oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to adapt quickly to new challenges

    Our interns enjoy an inclusive, collegial office culture that allows for flexible hours while remaining focused on client satisfaction. The highly collaborative nature of DisputeSoft provides opportunities for all team members to learn and contribute meaningfully to important clients matters.

    DisputeSoft is an equal opportunity employer.

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