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How do I switch or change my user type?

Your user type determines the information DocReviewers.com requires you to provide as well as the features you may access on DocReviewers.com. After you create your account, you may switch your user type if you selected the incorrect one when you signed up.

If you are a reviewer who selected either the agency, law firm, or recruiter user type, then please use the following instructions to change your user type:

Click the “Change user type” hyperlink in the top right corner of the box to the direct right of the “My Information” title. This hyperlink should appear as follows:

A popup will appear asking if you would like to change your user type to a reviewer. Click “Yes” to confirm. This popup appears as follows:

Your user type will change to “Reviewer” and you will be directed to the “Contact Information” page of your profile. Complete and submit your profile to be eligible for invitations to upcoming document review projects.

If you are a representative of an agency, law firm, or recruiting company who selected the recruiter user type, then please use the following instructions to change your user type:

Click the “Change user type” hyperlink in the top right corner of the box to the direct right of the “Contact Information” title. This hyperlink should appear as follows:

A popup will appear asking the user type to which you would like to change. Click the user type that best describes your organization. This popup appears as follows:

Your user type will change to the type you selected and you will be directed to the “My Information” page of your profile. Complete and submit your profile to create projects and find reviewers.

Below are the user types you may choose from as well as their definitions:

Reviewer: any attorney who is seeking legal employment, including document review projects.

Document Review Agency: any member of a staffing agency or recruiting firm who seeks to place attorneys in short- or long-term legal employment.

Law Firm: any member of a law firm, legal department, government agency, or legal organization who seeks to employ reviewers for short- or long-term legal employment, including document review projects.

Recruiter: any individual or member of an organization who assists lawyers in obtaining employment in positions other than those involving document review.