What Makes Technology in Practice Unique?

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Oct 22, 2015 5:19:00 PM

Q & A with Debbie Miller

We consider education and community an integral part of the development of our industry, which is how Technology in Practice has been designed. And while our conference team is convinced that Technology in Practice is "the premier litigation technology and ediscovery conference attended by leading legal and IT professionals and experts from across Canada", we might be a little biased.

So, we decided to reach out to a few of our historical guests and industry leaders to get their opinion about what makes Technology in Practice unique...

Deborah_Miller_285x343Deborah MillerManager, Litigation Support, Lerners LLP

Debbie Miller is a great supporter of Technology in Practice. Over the past three events we've held between 2010 to 2014, she has attended and/or spoken at all of them, and will once again join us in 2015.

When she's not speaking at Technology in Practice, Debbie oversees and supports all litigation and technological service requirements for the Advocacy department at Lerners, that involve electronically stored information and eDiscovery. She combines her 22 year career as a Commercial Litigation Law Clerk and her exceptional skills as a project manager with her flair for technology to develop recommendations, project plans, budgets, procedures and specifications for case-specific ediscovery projects or matters involving technology.

Q1. What do you find most valuable about attending Technology in Practice?

"Technology in Practice provides a venue of validation for those involved in ediscovery and litigation support in Canada, along with an opportunity for those in the industry to socialize and share lessons learned.

As the leader in the field of ediscovery in Canada, Commonwealth Legal has a broad knowledge of the industry and is able to deliver a successful conference that is equal to no other company or association. The topics are current and interesting and the speakers are experienced and willing to share their valuable insights. The format of the presentations provide a diverse perspective, which provides all attendees with valuable information that they can take back to their firms."

Q2. What differentiates Technology in Practice from other conference in the industry?

"It delivers a Canadian perspective that is very specific to the ediscovery/ litigation support industry. Oh, and there are no sales pitches or vendors trying to lure you in!"

A special thank you to Debbie Miller for her valuable insight, kind words and support over the past several years!

Registration is still open for Technology in Practice 2015. Don't miss the opportunity to attend this unique and educational event.

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