Stellar Women in e-Discovery
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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.

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    13: On the Road Part 1

    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.

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    12: Tricia Johnson

    No matter the industry or zip code, Tricia Johnson, director of marketing at QDiscovery, has found value in being part of a community.

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    11: Jariya Laoriendee

    Jariya Laoriendee is our latest Stellar Women in e-Discovery nominee. We discussed how automation and analytics play a role in compliance and why residents in a new country should “be bold, be brave, and explore.”

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    10: Mary Mack

    In honor of International Women's Day, Stellar Women in e-Discovery interviewed a professional renowned for her e-discovery expertise and leadership: Mary Mack.

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    9: Chris Chalstrom

    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.

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    8: 2018 Year in Review

    In this final episode for 2018, April and Mary of Relativity reflect on the conversations had and connections fostered this year. We also got to speak with Joy Murao—winner of this year’s Innovation Award in the Stellar Women category—and share our thoughts for the year ahead.

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    7: Rebecca Grant

    Listen to hear Rebecca’s thoughts on the role of technology and change in e-discovery, encouraging STEM career paths for young girls, and how to foster excitement for innovation on a legal team.

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    6: Judy Torres

    Consensus can be helpful, but you don’t want people to always agree with you—especially your teammates. According to Judy Torres, vice president of information technology for Advanced Discovery, diversity of opinion is crucial when building successful teams.

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    5: Peg Gianuca

    An e-discovery practitioner by day, educator by night, Peg Gianuca recently moved from a law firm environment—and East Coast to West Coast—to join The Walt Disney Company as an in-house technical solutions manager.

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    4: Caitlin Grzymala

    Fresh out of college and eager to make her mark, Caitlin Grzymala started her career at the United States Department of Justice Antitrust Division and worked on some of the department’s largest cases. Nearly 11 years later, Caitlin continues to be inspired by the work that brings her unique projects day-in and day-out.

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