DTI, the nation’s largest private independent provider of discovery services, facilities management, and knowledge process outsourcing, today announced the addition of Kimberly Meyer as LitWorks’ National Training and Development Manager. LitWorks provides comprehensive training and consulting certification programs for litigation support professionals in top law firms and large corporate legal departments.
Meyers draws upon a body of expertise gained over a lengthy career in litigation support delivering strategic consulting, operations, training and technology services to law firms and Fortune 500 corporations.
She is experienced in all aspects of discovery and trial technology services, including e-discovery operations, client services, and business development, and has focused on primarily large scale, complex cases. Much of her recent work has included development of Continuing Legal Education (CLE) training programs, participating in many public speaking engagements and trade shows, publishing white papers, and orchestrating nationwide technology seminars.
Thomas Bonk, vice president of professional services in DTI’s Electronic Discovery division, stated,“DTI’s LitWorks program is designed to give DTI clients and other legal professionals a leading edge in litigation support best practices and best technologies. LitWorks participants will benefit from Kim’s 20 years of experience in this field, as well as her dynamic and progressive approach to delivering practical solutions to complex problems.”
Upcoming LitWorks courses include:
• Certified Litigation Support Professional Training: a four-day course offering industry best practices learned through hands-on experience, networking with peers, and reviewing leading software tools; November 13-16, in Atlanta.
• Certified Litigation Support Project Manager Training: a three-day course that focuses on sharpening litigation support project management skills and techniques; September 18-20, in Washington, D.C., and December 2-4, in Atlanta.
• Certified Litigation Support Manager Training: course focuses on a mix of business skills, litigation support, e-discovery and technology, and is designed for litigation support supervisors, managers and directors looking to build or grow their departments to better compete in today’s litigation environment; October 16-18, in Atlanta.
Meyer will develop and lead training engagements held at training centers located in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Portland and Los Angeles, as well as custom on-site training engagements for law firms and corporations. She received her Liberal Arts degree from Florida International University.
DTI (dtiglobal.com) is the nation’s largest independent provider of facilities management and discovery solutions, servicing clients in 27 markets across the United States. DTI delivers end-to-end electronic discovery solutions, including pre-litigation readiness consulting, forensics, data acquisition and processing, and an array of hosting platforms to meet a variety of litigation support needs. DTI clients include both top law firms and Fortune 500 corporations nationwide.