By Helen Geib, QDiscovery
Collaboration in eDiscovery has its own special challenges. First, communication between lawyers and technologists often requires translation. Second, participation is a prerequisite – but not a given. Third, continuing education and professional development improves collaboration.
Recently I had the pleasure of facilitating a lively discussion on improving collaboration for the Women in eDiscovery Indianapolis chapter. The participants were a diverse group of experienced eDiscovery professionals. On the law firm side, there were paralegals, lawyers with an eDiscovery practice focus and litigation support managers and staff. Service providers were represented by project managers, consultants and contract review coordinators. This article was inspired by that discussion.
Read the article on the ACEDS blog here.
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