Mullen Coughlin is a highly successful, fast growing niche law firm focused exclusively on counseling organizations in the context of data privacy, including pre-event planning and compliance, incident response, regulatory investigation, and both single-plaintiff and class action litigation. Committed to rapid and efficient provision of legal counsel to organizations, we thrive in a high energy, close-knit, and upbeat office culture. The Firm pays very competitively in the market and offers a full benefit package, including unlimited time off, paid maternity and paternity leave, and a generous 401(k) program. Located at 426 West Lancaster Avenue, Devon, PA, Mullen Coughlin’s headquarters is over fifty-six thousand square feet, boasting the latest in technology and security, accommodating the projected continued growth of the firm, and providing all Mullen Coughlin employees access to amenities and resources to further their professional careers, as well as their health and well-being.
In this role, the attorney will work in a highly collaborative, team environment to provide legal counsel to organizations seeking to ensure compliance with the complex and ever-evolving legal and regulatory frameworks applicable to data privacy, data security, and consumer protection, and also seeking to best prepare for the investigation of and response to a data privacy event. Services provided include, but are not limited to, the assessment of incident response readiness and development of incident response plans, performance of tabletop exercises, identification and development of legal and regulatory impact assessments, development of state, federal, and international data privacy and data security compliance programs, development of vendor management programs, development of data privacy and data security policies and procedures, and privileged security assessments. This attorney may also support the incident response, regulatory investigation, and litigation practice groups on discreet research matters.
The ideal candidate will have 2 to 8 years of experience, membership in good standing to the Pennsylvania Bar, a curiosity to learn more about cybersecurity law, and an enthusiastic and team-oriented attitude. Experience in data privacy compliance and/or incident response a plus. Exceptional legal research, analytic, writing, communication, and preparation skills, plus focused attention to detail are key to performing well in our highly responsive environment. Candidates should demonstrate initiative and the ability to independently maintain their own caseload.
Mullen Coughlin is an Equal Opportunity Employer and believes in strength in diversity.
Mullen Coughlin is not accepting resumes from search firms for this position.
Relocation assistance is not provided for this position.
Applicant must be authorized to work in the United States of America.