Stellar Women in e-Discovery is a monthly podcast, hosted by Relativity, spotlighting and celebrating female leaders making their mark in the legal field. These women are nominated by industry peers and join us to share their tips, takeaways, and reflections on their careers, mentorship, and more.
Check out this episode to see how the e-discovery community is banding together to continue operating successfully—despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this second allyship-focused episode, hear about mentorship and elevating women in e-discovery with Altlaw owner Terrence Searle and Project Manager Cassie Parker.
In this episode, Susan Wortzman of MT>3 discusses her journey—from starting her own business after overcoming the fear of going out on her own, to handling a merger with a larger entity.
Cobra Legal CEO Candice Corby has made it her mission to empower women—both within her company and throughout the world.
In this episode, Stephanie Clerkin shared how she has made connecting with friends and colleagues—both old and new—a priority during this remote work period.
Our latest Stellar Women guest, Karimah Campbell, shares insight into the adaptations being made in international e-discovery around the COVID-19 crisis.
For this special edition episode of Stellar Women, we explored the theme of allyship.
Based in Dublin but hailing from all over, Inés Rubio is the award-winning head of information management and incident response at the consultancy BSI, where she works with clients on data concerns, from security to e-discovery to management to forensics.
For this episode, we got to chat to the 2019 Stellar Women Innovation Award winner, Stephanie Clerkin! Stephanie is well known for her vivacious social media presence as well as her deep industry knowledge and experience. We loved speaking with her, and we left feeling inspired and excited to see what she will do in 2020.
We kicked off 2020 and the third season of Stellar Women by mixing things up. We brought together a group of Relativity women who we believe are stellar. During the episode, we hit on a variety of topics that are the crux of this podcast, including mentorship and being a successful leader.
This episode of Stellar Women discusses Amanda Fennell’s path to becoming CSO at Relativity and what makes for a successful remote employee and leader.
When envisioning a stellar leader, who pops into your head? Relativity Fest 2019 attendees heard from several such leaders at the conference's annual women's luncheon. Here's what they learned.
Our latest Stellar Women episode dives into what it takes to be a successful manager—and includes some tips for first-time Toronto travelers.
This Stellar Women nominee discussed how companies can retain top talent and create a more inclusive work environment, while also sharing some laughs with our hosts.
The e-discovery community is a global force for innovation and creativity—and our latest Stellar Women in e-Discovery nominee proves it.
For the second installment in Stellar Women’s On the Road series, two guests discuss the importance of elevating and celebrating successful peers in the legal tech industry.
In this episode of the Stellar Women podcast, Jacy Schoen discusses her career journey and the events that shaped where she is today.
In this episode, two guests discuss what it means to be innovative in legal tech and how they paved a path of innovation throughout their careers.
No matter the industry or zip code, Tricia Johnson, director of marketing at QDiscovery, has found value in being part of a community.
Jariya Laoriendee, the latest Stellar Women nominee, discusses how automation and analytics play a role in compliance and when to “be bold, be brave, and explore.”
In honor of International Women's Day, Stellar Women in e-Discovery interviewed a leader renowned for her e-discovery expertise and leadership: Mary Mack.
When it comes to being stellar, our latest Stellar Women in e-Discovery candidate, Chris Chalstrom, says it comes down to having a fabulous team.
In this final episode for 2018, the team reflects on the conversations and connections fostered this year and share their thoughts for 2019.
So many admirable e-discovery professionals will tell you they stumbled into this field. Rebecca Grant is one of them, and this corner of the legal world is lucky to have her.
In this installment of our Stellar Women in e-Discovery series, Judy Torres of Advanced Discovery discusses why diversity of opinion is crucial when building successful legal teams.
Peg Gianuca of The Walt Disney Company discusses what it's like to move from a law firm to an in-house role, and how to bridge the gap between legal and technical teams.
The Relativity Blog spoke with Caitlin Grzymala of the DOJ on how TAR will continue to transform e-discovery, and how she is getting ready for her next big adventure: parenthood.
Described by her colleague as a “trailblazing pioneer,” Esquify’s Director of Operations Terra Ickes is a leader in the industry whose innovative spirit and dedication to customer success undoubtedly make her a “stellar woman.”
In this interview with Joy Murao, founder and principal consultant at Practice Aligned Resources, Relativity's Mary Rechtoris asks about Joy's career, her aptitude for problem solving, and why we all should consider a lesson in improv.
We recently launched a campaign asking you to nominate the e-discovery women in your world who personify stellar. In the first episode of Stellar Women in e-Discovery, we sat down with Mimi Singh, associate general counsel and director of e-discovery at Evolver.
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