How to Build Your Brand in Litigation Support in Your Organization and Industry
June 12, 2018

How to Build Your Brand in Litigation Support in Your Organization and Industry

Every day you build your brand without even knowing it! Through day-to-day conversations, social media presence, published articles and participation at conferences and industry events, you put yourself out there and leave impressions. These impressions organically build your brand. This lively conversation explores practical tips on building your brand. We discuss why your personal brand is important, how it can help open doors to new opportunities and simple ways to put yourself out there successfully.

Speakers:
Carolyn Anger is the Manager of Litigation Support and eDiscovery at Stikeman Elliott LLP. With over 15 years of experience in practice support, technology and discovery management, she has extensive technological and legal knowledge of ediscovery processes, from identification and preservation through document production and document presentation at trial and beyond. She champions the use of technology and project management to provide cost effective, efficient and defensible solutions to clients. Carolyn has a passion for developing electronic protocols and procedures in the courts to assist modernizing them for the future.

Adi Elliott leads software strategy for Epiq's global ediscovery business. He joined the company via the acquisition of Iris Data Services where he led product management, marketing and sales operations. Prior to Iris, Adi led Relativity's marketing and enterprise sales teams, guiding the creation and definition of the company's brand, as well as overseeing its growth with law firms, corporations and government agencies. He previously held a variety of product and marketing positions in the U.S. and Israel. Adi has been a speaker on the topics of future-looking trends in technology, the business of ediscovery, advanced ediscovery technologies, B2B marketing, and hiring and training top talent.

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