Litigation Support Guru - A Day in the Life of a Litigation Support Career
By Amy Bowser-Rollins: Instructor, Speaker, Podcaster
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Welcome to the world of Litigation Support. Amy Bowser-Rollins shares her experiences, best practices, how to's, and insights into a career in Litigation Support. It can be difficult to get that first job in this field because a Litigation Support Manager must be willing to provide the on-the-job training. Sharing knowledge is key in this industry. There is always more than one way to accomplish a task in Litigation Support and there are no standard guidelines. In September 2011, Amy launched a mentoring and eLearning website, LitigationSupportGuru.com, to give back to the litigation support industry and to fill a gap in the education of "A Day in the Life" of a litigation support professional. Amy has been working in litigation support since 1996 and in the legal industry since 1983. She is a well-respected professional with a proven ability to build and lead high-performance teams. She has broad industry experience with special expertise in high volume electronic discovery. Amy is passionate about mentoring.
||Clean015: Improve Workflows in Litigation Matters||In this episode, I have a conversation with Alma Asay, Esq. She is a former litigator and current CEO/Founder of Allegory, a technology company. We discuss traditional litigation matter workflows and how Allegory improves those workflow efficiencies,||6/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean014: The Art of Biz Dev Hustle||In this episode, I have a conversation with Jennifer Buckley. We discuss the role of a business development/sales professional in the eDiscovery industry. Subscription Links If you enjoyed this podcast, please subscribe: Rating and Review If you enjo||4/5/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean013: The People Component of Our Industry||In this episode, I have a conversation with Kris Wasserman. We cover a number of topics related to the people component of the work we do in the litigation support / eDiscovery industry. We share some best practices,||1/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean012: Litigation Support in Australia||In this episode, I have a conversation with Matthew Golab. Matthew lives in Sydney, Australia where he manages a team of litigation support professionals. Matthew has been a member of the LitSuppGuru community since the beginning.||9/14/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean011: Marketing Your Lit Support Dept||In this episode, I have a conversation with Bowe Kurowski. Bowe lives in California and has been in litigation support for a long while. He enjoys mentoring and teaching others. His website is www.litsupportpro.com.||3/25/2015||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean010: Training Within Litigation Support||In this episode, I have a conversation with Erika Santiago. After spending time in a litigation support role, Erika branched off as a trainer in our industry. She shares some tips for training the legal team.||11/23/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean009: Law Firm or Service Provider||In this episode, I have a conversation with Shawn Huston. Shawn has always worked on the service provider side whereas I have worked most of my years on the law firm side. We compare the differences and similarities.||10/23/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean008: Law PreDiscovery Software and Certification||I would like you to meet Oliver (Ollie) Silva. He has been working in the legal industry for many years and is currently a litigation support manager. I asked him to have a conversation with me about the LAW software we use in our industry for processi.||10/1/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean007: Best Practices For Working With Attorneys||In this conversation, I talk with Tania Mabrey. Tania is a seasoned litigation support professional and she shares with us some best practices for successful relationships with the attorneys while providing litigation support services.||9/28/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean006: Tracy Drynan, Attorney||This conversation is with Tracy Drynan, an attorney that I met about five years ago. Tracy came to the DC area from Denver, originally from Montana. She started out in DC working on document reviews. She shares her story of what her intentions were whe.||2/4/2014||Free||View in iTunes|
A great podcast that was both informative and entertaining. I'm not a litigation paralegal, but I was still able to get so many useful takeaways. I look forward to new episodes.
Upbeat conversation with a useful perspective on being a temporary attorney today and preparing for the litigation support field of tomorrow.
The podcast provided information that clearly explained the necessary elements of training in the litigation support realm. I gleaned helpful ideas for my personal study program. Amy was a great moderator and her questions were concise and relevant.