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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.

The Evolution of Document Review and What It Means For You

Published Thu, April 30, 2015 by Joanna Harrison

Fifteen years have passed since I reviewed documents as a paralegal for an AM Law 100 firm. In a toxic tort matter for one of our clients, literally hundreds of boxes of documents were subject to first pass review, focused on identifying documents with chemical names. We reviewed documents page-by-page in a large conference room reserved for the task, using colored post-its to note relevancy or hold a doc for questions. Attorneys stacked piles of paper everywhere for second pass review, QC, privilege and non-relevant documents processes.

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