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Exterro Sponsors First Women in E-Discovery Conference

Created on May 10, 2019

E-Discovery Market Analyst at Exterro

Exterro is proud to sponsor the Women in eDiscovery 2019 Conference, held at the W Hotel in Austin, Texas this week. The conference, which takes place from May 8th through the 10th, will bring together women interested in technology related to the legal profession for three days of learning, networking, and cultivating their passion and skills for professional and personal wellness. 

The agenda features top-notch speakers from corporate legal departments of Fortune 500 companies and counsel and eDiscovery experts from AmLaw 100 law firms. Highlights include: 

  • Keynote from Tanya Tarr, Negotiation Strategist and Forbes Contributor, on "Build Your Executive Presence"
  • Knowledge Track sessions on ESI Negotiations, Meet and Confers, and Artificial Intelligence
  • "The Art of Networking" by Anne E. Collier, MPP, JD, PCC on how to build your business, get a promotion, and enhance your reputation

Conference information and agenda—including the CLE-accredited sessions and speakers—are available on the WiE website. Registration is limited to 250 total attendees.

"We're thrilled to partner with Women in E-Discovery in their mission of giving female legal professionals the knowledge and skills they need to thrive professionally, both in general and specifically through sponsoring their inaugural conference this year," said Bill Piwonka, CMO of Exterro. "We look forward to continuing this work with them in the future." 

Women in eDiscovery is an organization that brings together women around the world who are interested in technology related to the legal industry. Its goal is to provide opportunities for its members to grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and recognition of achievements.

Women in eDiscovery members are women who work within the legal industry, including general counsel, partners, associates, chief operating officers, paralegals, litigation support, and eDiscovery professionals. Membership is free, and its executive board, regional directors and chapter officers operate on a 100 percent volunteer basis.

Local chapters typically hold an educational session, some CLE-accredited, each month, and the national board organizes larger events around major legal technology trade shows and association meetings throughout the year.