MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY
The Legal Product Specialist will:
- Coordinate Practical Law development, continued improvement and maintenance of Practical Law products, working very closely with our Development, Architect, and UX teams.
- Partner with Product Managers and other Thomson Reuters legal business units (e.g. Westlaw & Legal Editorial Operations) and act as a Practical Law representative on the development of integrated TR legal workflow products.
- Lead cross-functional meetings in order to ensure on-time, in-scope delivery of new products or enhancements.
- Assist product manager in managing the development lifecycle of Practical Law product features and enhancements.
- Create stories and bugs and write clear acceptance criteria
- Collaborate with Technology Development staff through cycle of agile development.
- Support launch rollout and ongoing maintenance of product build.
- Provide additional support for the development of TR legal workflow solutions and other projects as required.
- Assist with the investigation and development of cost estimates and business cases for capital investments.
- Provide product oversight, including troubleshooting and quality assurance testing of new products and enhancements.
- Support additional product launches as needed.
Candidates must have at least the following skills and experience:
- Bachelor’s Degree required.
- 3 years experience in product management or development preferred.
- Experience in Agile development a plus.
- Creative problem-solving ability.
- Ability to effectively communicate in virtual meeting setting.
- Strong skills with Microsoft Excel preferred.
- Ability to effectively communicate complex issues, particularly in a group setting.
- Ability to effectively handle and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously in a quickly changing environment.
- Excellent IT, administrative and organization skills.
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