Welcome to the E-Discovery Project Management Blog!

We are very excited about this new adventure. The objective of this blog is to become a resource of project management best practices that can be translated to the e-discovery world.

Did you know that there are hundreds of blogs and websites devoted to the discussion of project management best practices?

Did you know that there are few (that I know of) that focus on transferring or translating those best practices into viable best practices for electronic discovery or litigation support projects?

Our focus here will be on exploring best practices that we all can learn from.

Here’s how we envision things going forward:

We’ll post resources, best practices, and conversation starters…

You (yes, YOU) are invited to comment and provide feedback as to how you think it translates into e-discovery project management best practices. This has to be a team effort or it won’t be very successful. We will be vendor/ software/ service provider neutral but welcome everyone’s input.

Follow me on twitter to catch E-Discovery PM updates in progress. We will try to create a post for every tweet worthy of further discussion and requiring more than 140 characters to do so. I also tweet about litigation support training and have another blog that explores that topic.

We welcome guest bloggers! So send me an email to volunteer.


About lstrainer

I've been in the litigation support industry for over 25 years and have a passion for training. Teaching litigation support professionals how to fish for themselves is my primary objective.

2 thoughts on “Welcome to the E-Discovery Project Management Blog!

  1. Great idea! I’m recently struggling to find these resources, and this promises to pull them all together. I just found a blog post on EDD & PM: Bringing Order to Chaos: The Making of a Great Project Manager | E-Discovery Resources & Information http://bit.ly/WvqHB

  2. I was happy to stumble upon your blog. It is heartening to see more people writing on the topic of legal project management. I look forward to reading more of your thoughts.

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