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TRU TEAM MEMBERS TO PRESENT AT RELATIVITY FEST 2019

TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in cybersecurity, e-discovery, and privacy, today announces Annette Habib, Vice President of Recruitment and Account Management, and Sarah Roberts, Director of Recruitment and Account Management, will be presenting during Relativity Fest 2019 in Chicago, IL.

Habib will team up with Relativity’s Alexis Williams to present “Pass It, Don’t Pass It Up: The Value of Relativity Certifications!” on October 22 from 11:10 AM to 12:10 PM. The session will focus on the current exam offerings and available certification paths, how to make use of the available study resources to be successful, and how to get the most value out of the certifications for both you and your organization. Williams will provide deep knowledge of Relativity’s certification program and its technical uses, while Habib will offer perspective on how to leverage that new knowledge into career growth.

“I’m excited to speak about Relativity certifications this year at Relativity Fest and the value that comes along with certification,” Habib says. “Relativity certification is critical to individual job mobility and company prowess and performance when competing for work in this crowded space. I look forward to exposing how hiring managers value and tactically assess Relativity skills during the interview process.”

Roberts will moderate a panel of three for “e-Discovery Certifications: Why, Which, and in What Order” on October 21 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM. Panelists will include McDermott Will & Emery’s Director of Technological Services, Martha Louks; Relativity’s Senior Certification Specialist, Sean Neilsen; and ACEDS’ Executive Director, Mary Mack. Attendees will achieve a better understanding of the vast legal technology certification ecosystem for software and non-software specific accreditation. Panelists will discuss Relativity certifications as well as other project management, digital forensics and incident response, information governance, security, privacy, legal and risk certifications, and how hiring managers can best sculpt their teams with added education and training.

“The opportunity to speak alongside this rock star panel is humbling,” Roberts says. “The amount of experience and guidance from this group is going to be something people won't want to miss! We're going to have the opportunity to hear about their experiences in the space, their certification journeys, what they would do differently, what they look for as hiring managers, and their plans for future education.”

Habib and Roberts will be among many TRU team members in attendance for the duration of Fest. If you would like to arrange a meeting with an agent to discuss the next step in your career or would like to discuss acquisition of top tier talent for your organization, please contact TRU at https://www.trustaffingpartners.com/contact-us.

Relativity Fest, celebrating its tenth occurrence, is a yearly event organized by kCura LLC that brings together a community of e-discovery, legal, and tech professionals working together to transform discovery. This year will feature more than 270 expert speakers presenting over 150 sessions, panels, and workshops.

More information on Relativity Fest 2019 is available at www.relativityfest.com.

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