Please join us for our next chapter meeting during which Ricoh will present on the Impact of Emoji in Workplace Communications!
More than 26 million custom emoji have been created in Slack, and the use of emoji in Teams is universal, revolutionizing the way we communicate. Some employees are capable of having entire discussions with emoji, and it takes just one emoji to change the meaning of a message. This session will discuss the challenges and risk associated with emoji in workplace communication and provide practical solutions for the problems they present.
Ricoh is also sponsoring lunch. Please remember to bring photo I.D. to pass though building security.
RSVP via Evite.
This Panel Discussion will focus how leveraging technology can help ensure a future-proof Practice.
Event generously sponsored by DISCO and moderated by Mike Wong, Regional Sales Executive.
Dear WiE Members and Guests,
Please join us on Tuesday, January 21 for our next Denver WiE Chapter meeting.
Our speaker is Jenny Brayton from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. We're looking forward to a fabulous discussion with Jenny about about the how the ATF uses technology and analytics to safeguard the public.
Jenny Brayton has been an intelligence analyst for the federal government for over 15 years. After completing her BS in Sociology, she started her career serving in the US Army as a counterintelligence agent. While serving in the Army, she completed her MS in Criminal Justice coursework. Since her discharge in 2005, her analytical career has taken her across a few different agencies and locations. She has provided analytical support for a myriad of cases, some as high profile as the 2009 Fort Hood shooting.
Please arrive by 11:45 AM to check-in, grab lunch and find a seat. Thank you to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives for hosting this event!
If you are interested in participating, please RVSP.
We hope to see you on January 21st!
Women in eDiscovery - Denver Chapter
The Dallas Chapter of Women in eDiscovery will be starting off the new year with happy hour at MidiCi Italian Kitchen!
About this Event
Join us as we get together for drinks, a bite to eat and an evening of networking. The social will begin at 5 pm and is open to all WiE members and eligible non-members. Food and drinks will be sponsored by WiE Atlanta for a limited time. Feel free to bring a friend/colleague and get ready to make some new connections.
We hope you can make it!
RSVP via Eventbrite.
Join the Denver Legal Groups: International Legal Technology Association, Rocky Mountain Paralegal Association, Women in eDiscovery, Mile High Association of Legal Administrators and National Federation of Paralegal Associations at our second annual social event.
This year, in addition to networking among the legal groups in Denver, we will benefit The Gathering Place, a daytime drop-in center and refuge for those in need.
While this event is free, we do suggest a $20 donation to The Gathering Place when you RSVP by clicking HERE
(If you do not wish to donate at this time, please RSVP via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can still donate at the event.)
During the event there will be a pop-up Art Shop, all proceeds will go to The Gathering Place via a program called Art Restart.
Hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine will be served.
Thank you to our food and beverage sponsors:
Do you have a competitive streak and want to put it to work for a good cause? Mark your calendar for the evening of January 29th, 2020
WiE Toronto will be hosting a Trivia Night to raise funds for Lawyers Feed the Hungry
Why: To have some fun with the goal of raising sufficient funds for Wie to sponsor a meal for Lawyer's Feed the Hungry in 2020
Who: Members and Non-Members are welcome - bring your partner, spouse, friends - anyone who likes trivia, socializing and raising funds for a worthy cause
Tickets: No need to RSVP now. Stay tuned for further details on ordering your tickets
The event is generously sponsored by Ricoh Canada
Women in eDiscovery – Houston Chapter January Monthly Meeting + Presentation
Pre-Collection Assessment in a Big Data World
Director of Strategic Partnerships at Jordan Lawrence, an Exterro Company
Director of Sales at Exterro
Lunch provided by:
Please join us for a presentation on Pre-Collection Assessment in a Big Data World, presented by two of the industry’s leading experts, Rebecca Perry, the Director of Strategic Alliances at Jordan Lawrence and Jeff Wade, Director of Sales at Exterro.
The discussion will include an alternative approach to eDiscovery preparation by exploring opportunities for using technology to filter for relevant data at the source prior to collection. Rebecca will share her experience in the application of these approaches with consideration given to privacy compliance and cyber security as Jeff Wade raises eDiscovery advantages and opportunities gained through pre-collection early case assessment.
*** Following lunch will be a prize drawing you won’t want to miss! ***
WiE Chicago Chapter January Luncheon
Join us as we kick off 2020 with a chapter luncheon. Debbie Reynolds is our guest speaker this month, discussing how CCPA and GDPR are impacting eDiscovery. As always, networking and lunch start at 11:30, followed by the presentation from 12:00 - 1:00.
The impact of GDPR, CCPA, and Global Data Privacy developments on eDiscoveryData Privacy and Data Protection are hot topics in mainstream media now due to data privacy laws like the 2018 GDPR in the EU and the 2020 CCPA in the state of California in the US. However, how do these laws impact the eDiscovery industry? We will explore the parallel concepts between eDiscovery and data privacy and also explore ways in which knowledge of data privacy can elevate careers of eDiscovery professionals.
Speaker: Debbie ReynoldsDebbie Reynolds, “The Data Diva,” is a global thought-leader and advisor to Fortune 500 Companies for handling data privacy and electronic evidence in high-stakes civil litigation. The Data Diva is an internationally published author and speaker about global data privacy and legal technology.
PLEASE RSVP BY TUESDAY, January 28 at the link below.
WiE are delighted to welcome 'The Juggling Act' to talk about parenting, the workplace & having "better Conversations".
Are you expecting a baby? Do you see yourself trying for a baby in next 5 years? Have you recently had a baby or manage someone that has (or is potentially trying)? If so this event is for you – come and toast the end of January with us, spend some time investing in YOU and learning some practical tips to enhance the way we work, parent and lead in 2020.
We are all running our own ‘juggling acts’. Parent or not, each of us is trying to make the different aspects of our lives ‘work’ by keeping all the balls in the air. Career, learning, friends, family, household, community, exercise, sleep… the list goes on and on. When you add a baby to that equation, it can start to feel like a three ring circus!
Kindly hosted by Travers Smith and sponsored by London Legal, Claire & Chris, the founders of the Juggling Act, will be sharing their own stories about why they do what they do, what is changing (and what still needs to change) in the workplace.
Chris White will be bringing his background as a hostage negotiator to talk about how we have a ‘better conversation’ at work and at home.
Often when we think of ‘negotiation’ we think of conflict. Conflict is inevitable, but it doesn’t have to be a bad thing. From conflict between people, to conflicting priorities, needs and values, it is all around us.
Claire and Chris will be discussing how, when dealt with in the right way, we can bring negotiation from ‘zero sum game’ to a ‘triple win’ – a way of working, learning and supporting one another that works for the individual working parent, the company and society.
18.00-19.00 Reception & Refreshments
19.00-20.00 'The Juggling Act'
20.00-21.00 Networking & Refreshments
We looking forward to seeing you there - RSVP via Eventbrite by Tuesday 28th January, 2020.
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