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Everlaw is a proud sponsor of the Women in eDiscovery 2019 Conference to be held at the W Austin Hotel, Austin, Texas, May 8-10, 2019. Attendees from across the globe will come together to gain knowledge, network, and renew their passion 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. 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 are thrilled by the generous support of Everlaw for our first-ever conference,” states Jackie Rosborough, executive director of Women in eDiscovery. “Their support of WiE and its mission allows us to provide this exciting opportunity for our members to come together to network and participate in a variety of other activities.”
“We are proud to support Women in eDiscovery in their mission of connecting their members and catalyzing their professional development,” says Jason Young, VP of Marketing at Everlaw.
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.
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