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Solutions Architect

Joanna has over 19 years of experience in both the legal and technology industry spanning from operations, delivery, and sales support. She has managed and supported end-to-end ediscovery projects, designed best practice solutions, consulted on technology workflows, and implementations for multiple global businesses. She also has had hands-on paralegal experience for over 7 years, having significant experience in IP, toxic torts, and labor and employment litigation. As a member of the Onboarding team at Lighthouse, she is responsible for designing technology solutions and implementing cost-effective ediscovery programs for prospective and current clients.

eDiscovery Game Changer: Three Ways to Lower the Cost of Privilege Review

Published Thu, June 11, 2020 by Joanna Harrison

Over the past several years, the ediscovery industry as a whole has worked towards building and using solutions to reduce the amount of documents included in review, thus reducing the cost of review. We have seen many case studies that reflect that the use of technology has helped achieve this. We are able to use technology to cull and organize documents for review. However, one area where we can still strive to reduce cost is in using technology to also reduce the volume of documents in privilege review, both in the immediate matter and in...

Collaboration Tools can be a Pain in the #$! to Discover – Your Guide to Overcoming Today’s Top Challenges

Published Fri, March 08, 2019 by Joanna Harrison

Lighthouse recently held its eighth-annual Illuminations Panel event during Legaltech New York. In the panel entitled, Emerging Data Sources: How to Address Collaboration Tools, Chat/IM, and Mobile Data Sources in eDiscovery, an all- female group of leading industry experts discussed today’s data sources, the top challenges surrounding them, and solutions for overcoming them. In this blog, I will highlight the key takeaways from this panel and share my own perspectives along the way…enjoy!

Hiring Top Talent in eDiscovery – Three Things to Look For

Published Tue, December 06, 2016 by Joanna Harrison

Let’s be honest, someone with a degree in ediscovery on their resume would be more intriguing prospective addition to your team than someone with a technology or law degree. “Why,” you ask? Because you would know this candidate already has significant education and exposure to ediscovery. The lack of formalized ediscovery education makes it challenging to hire top talent in our industry. Instead, you are looking for a mishmash of education and experience to find an ideal candidate, unless you are fortunate enough to hire someone with...

The eDiscovery Quiz: Test Your Industry Knowledge

Published Wed, June 29, 2016 by Joanna Harrison

At Legaltech NY this past February, I stopped by a fellow provider’s booth and played a game that tested my ediscovery knowledge. It started off with simple questions and got progressively complex as I advanced levels. As I completed the game, I saw how I measure up compared to those that played before me. I found myself stuck playing over and over until I proved that the many years of experience and knowledge I have was validated by scoring higher than others. (Mind you, there was a prize to be won, however, I mostly just cared about being...

New Year, New Perspective – Think Analytics

Published Tue, January 12, 2016 by Joanna Harrison

As we embark on a new year, I am in constant thought about the areas in which we can help our clients and prospective clients improve efficiency and cost savings in ediscovery. With all the ideas I have, there is one area in particular that seems to be at the top of the list – analytics.

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