Employer Presentation - October 13, 2008 Founders Room, Bauer North, CMC

General Research Analyst Position:

Job Description: LECG is seeking Research Analysts to work primarily in the
areas of Antitrust & Competition, Finance & Damages, Labor & Employment,
Environmental & Regulated Industries, and Intellectual Property & Damages.
The Research Analyst position is demanding and offers many intellectual
challenges. The responsibilities of a Research Analyst include the
collection and synthesis of economic and financial data and academic
research; the creation and programming of spreadsheets, databases, charts,
and graphs; and the development of regression and other statistical

Research Analysts work on teams with Senior Staff and experts. Teams are
drawn from members of the firm with complementary specialties, and
occasionally involve staff from other LECG offices. This offers Research
Analysts the opportunity to expand their experience and knowledge into many
industries, fields, and methods of analyses. It also allows them to work
side-by-side with colleagues who are renowned experts in their fields on
important issues within litigation, regulatory, and business consulting

Bachelor’s degree and an understanding of economics, finance,
statistics, accounting, engineering or some related field.
Strong quantitative and qualitative research skills.
Ability to collect, synthesize, and summarize data and documents.
Proficiency with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Experience with
statistical software and database tools used to manage large datasets
(such as Microsoft Access, SQL, SAS, and Visual Basic) is highly
High standards for work quality and attention to detail.
Ability to work well as part of a team while taking responsibility for
individual projects.
Ability to solve problems while exhibiting good judgment.
Excellent organization and communication skills.
Ability to prioritize and meet deadlines.
Working outside normal business hours is expected and travel may be

Forensic Acct / Bankruptcy:

Job Description: The Research Analyst will provide forensic and
investigative accounting support to senior staff and experts in litigation
consulting and bankruptcy/insolvency matters. Responsibilities include the
application of accounting principles, theories and methodologies to assist
in projects involving complex financial analysis and/or reconstruction.

Job Requirements:
A successful candidate will possess the following qualifications:
Undergraduate degree in accounting or finance
Strong computer skills including knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Access and
The ability to organize and manage multiple projects simultaneously,
prioritize effectively, and adhere to deadlines
Excellent analytical, communication, decision-making and problem-solving
Flexibility and the ability to work well with others
Working outside normal business hours is expected and travel may be

Keith Mendes
2049 Century Park East, Suite 2300
Los Angeles, CA 90067
Direct: 310-300-2093