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TRU Staffing Partners CEO to Present at the 7th Annual University of Florida Levin College of Law’s E-Discovery CareerFest

TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in cybersecurity, e-discovery and privacy, today announces the company’s CEO and founder, Jared Coseglia, will be presenting at the University of Florida Levin College of Law’s E-Discovery CareerFest taking place Thursday, March 21.

Coseglia’s presentation will be the first of three topics in the “E-Discovery Nuts and Bolts” session immediately following lunch 1:00-1:50 p.m. EDT. Coseglia will kick off the PechaKucha-like format, where in this case each orator shares 10 slides in 10 minutes, with original content “chronicling the emergence of e-discovery careers.”

This lightning-speed look at market trends, salary shifts, demand recalibrations and the health and wealth of the e-discovery job market from 2000 to present will help attendees understand where the industry has been, where it is now and where everyone is headed professionally. Coseglia, who has almost two decades of experience representing talent and opportunities in e-discovery, will unearth the secrets behind why and how the job market moves and behaves as well as how it will affect your career and/or your organization.

“Expect fireworks of statistics on the history of the ESI job market,” states Coseglia. “At TRU, we have been tracking the movement and behavior of the e-discovery job market for almost a decade. I am honored to share our unique perspective in this fun, fast-paced fashion for the UF Law e-discovery conference attendees and faculty!”

Coseglia joins an esteemed gathering of industry experts including Rose Hunter Jones, Craig Ball, George Socha, Aaron Crews, Scott Milner, Kelly Twigger, Tessa Jacobs, David Horrigan, Suzanne Clark, Mike Quartararo, Ian Campbell, Doug Austin and Andy Wilson. The UF Law E-Discovery Conference is part of the University of Florida’s commitment to educating students on legal technology and continuing to provide alumni and the legal community affordable continuing legal education.

The event will be held live in Gainesville, Florida, or anyone can access it via livestream.

More information is available at http://ufediscoveryconference.com/.

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