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This article focuses on fostering the next generation e-discovery professional.

Written by Bowe Kurowski for Legal Tech Newsletter

Thursday, 01 August, 2013
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In-depth interview with Jared Coseglia in the eDiscovery Compendium issue of eForensics Magazine.

Jared Coseglia Quoted in eForensics Magazine

Thursday, 01 August, 2013
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Legal analytics consultants and project managers are the careers we will see emerge in the future. The demand for JDs who deeply understand predictive coding, data analytics, TAR and the law will be highly marketable, especially if they are savvy with technology! In addition, the market for e-discovery practice groups at major law firms will begin to mature, allowing litigators to leverage their niche expertise practicing in the e-discovery era. Law firms will continue to hire in moderation, corporations will hire infrequently, and service providers will hire aggressively.

Jared Coseglia Quoted in ILTA's Peer to Peer Magazine

Thursday, 27 June, 2013
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Over the next five years, these non-practicing attorneys will compete for the same roles that existing legal IT, or aspire to grow into. As a result, clearly defined alternative career paths into e-discovery have evolved for the non-practicing JD.

Written by Jared Coseglia for ILTA's Peer to Peer Magazine

Thursday, 27 June, 2013
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A career as a legal IT support staff professional is an incredibly demanding, increasingly competitive and continually evolving occupation. The landscape of today’s law firm job market is vastly different from a decade ago. Marked by law firm consolidations, momentous advances in technology, a sudden abundance of nonpracticing lawyers available to hire and good oldfashioned professional politics, today’s legal staffing outlook is rife with opportunity. As you endeavor to begin and sustain a career as a legal IT support professional, there are strategic, practical and tactical keys to success that you should consider.

Written by Jared Coseglia for ILTA's Peer to Peer Magazine

Wednesday, 12 December, 2012
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Forensic Focus recently asked a number of digital forensics and eDiscovery recruitment specialists to comment on the current state of the employment market.

Jared Coseglia Quoted in Forensic Focus

Wednesday, 09 May, 2012
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The year 2011 was characterized by trends that deeply affected the climate of the Litigation Support and eDiscovery job market: a drought of managerial opportunities in AmLaw and corporate, the emergence of dominate technology players in the predictive coding battle, and the continued acquisition of eDiscovery providers into larger global technology institutions. These stem from, and are a culmination of, the greatest trend in the provider world in 2011: the effort (or contemplation) to add a ‘‘managed review’’ arm to their existing eDiscovery service offering.

Written by Jared Coseglia for Bloomberg BNA's Digital Discovery & e-Evidence

Wednesday, 01 February, 2012