Morgan, Lewis & Bockius LLP, one of the world’s leading global law firms with offices in strategic hubs of commerce, law, and government across North America, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East, is seeking to hire a Billing Coordinator to provide oversight to ensure the matter setup, rates, billing requirements (including eBilling, as appropriate), and client-required reporting is correct.
Reporting to the Director of Firmwide Billing, this position works directly with the Partners managing all aspects of billing, and monitoring unbilled and accounts receivable balances. Regular activities include setup and prebill review, coordinating billing and following up with clients to check on payment progress/eBill status. This position will also contact new clients, with approval from the responsible partner, to pro-actively manage billing setups.
This position will reside in our Philadelphia office and offers a hybrid in-office/remote working schedule.
Key responsibilities include:
Supports Partners by managing all aspects of billing for assigned clients and matters, with limited supervision.
Reviews matter set up to ensure compliance with rate agreements and outside counsel guidelines.
Reviews time and cost entries based on client and matter requirements (block billing, task codes, summer associate time etc.); edits entries, including transfers, combining and dividing.
Submits timekeepers and new matter requests to eBilling vendors; ensures successful submission of all invoices in appropriate eBilling vendors’ systems.
Contacts new clients to review billing and payment procedures and coordinates handling of any special requests.
Experience and qualifications:
Bachelor’s Degree, from four-year college or university and minimum of five (5) years of 3E or Elite Billing experience, or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Experience with electronic billing utilizing the e-Billing Hub and various eBilling vendor sites
Proficient in Outlook, Word, Excel and PDF software
Detail Oriented, highly organized and possesses excellent customer service skills
Qualified candidates must apply online by visiting our website at
and selecting “Careers.”
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