Mullen Coughlin is a highly successful, fast growing niche law firm focused exclusively on counseling organizations in the context of data privacy, including incident response, regulatory investigation, single-plaintiff and class action litigation compliance. Committed to rapid incident response to incoming client calls, we thrive in a high energy, close-knit and upbeat culture. The Firm pays very competitively in the market and offers a full benefit package, including unlimited time off, paid parental leave and a generous 401(k) program.
In this role, the attorney will work in a highly collaborative, team environment to provide legal counsel to organizations investigating and responding to data privacy and cybersecurity incidents. The attorney will collect information needed to understand the issue and scope of each event, engage and direct experts needed to appropriately investigate and respond to the incident and communicate to regulatory bodies, law enforcement agencies and other third-parties as needed while advising clients throughout the investigation. This attorney will analyze the legal and regulatory framework applicable to the organization and incident and support the organization’s disclosure and documentation of its impact by the event. Due to the unpredictable nature of cybersecurity events and our commitment to rapid response, all Partners and Associates participate in a rotating on-call schedule to provide crisis management support to our clients outside normal business hours.
The ideal candidate will have membership in good standing with any state Bar (Pennsylvania preferred), a curiosity to learn more about cybersecurity law and an enthusiastic and team-oriented attitude. Exceptional 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.
We are currently looking for attorneys who generally bring 2 to 8 years of legal practice experience, with preference given to those who have data privacy, healthcare and regulatory compliance experience.
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 available for this position.
Applicant must be currently authorized to work in the United States of America.