Understanding Data or The Role of Data in eDiscovery
Presented by Sheila Grela and June Hunter
Please join the San Francisco Women in eDiscovery for a deeper understanding of the role of data in eDiscovery.
Sheila Grela is the Assistant Director of SD Chapter of WiE and a Fierce Advocate for Legal Education. Sheila is a seasoned litigation paralegal who is has Advanced Certified Paralegal (ACP) in eDiscovery & a paralegal certificate, with honors, from USD Paralegal program. Sheila si both a Relativity Review Management Specialist (RRMS) and a Certified eDiscovery Specialist (CEDS). She serves on both the Global Advisory Council board for EDRM and the California Lawyers Association Law Practice Management and Technology (LPMT) Section Executive Committee.
June Hunter is an Adjunct Professor at UCSD Extension & Technical Enablement Sr. Specialist at DISCO. June has worked for many mid and large sized law firms with her experience beginning in 1990. June has worked for many mid and large sized law firms with her experience beginning in 1990. June has worked in many different capacities during her career which have included legal secretary, Firm Wide Trainer/IT Help Desk, Litigation Support and Paralegal. June’s experience has required her to perform on multiple levels including as an eDiscovery analyst, technological trainer, as well as providing customer support through manning of the IT helpdesk and in the litigation support role during trial.
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