Market Sectors

Wondering what your career options in eDiscovery market sectors and computer forensics are? E-Discovery is a wide-ranging field which has uses in many different markets. From government to consulting, finding a sector which interests you should be an easy task. Browse the different areas of opportunities available in the field.

E-Discovery Consulting Firms

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If you’re not interested in pursuing a Management career path, or have climbed the ladder as high as you feasibly can with your current employer, Electronic Discovery Consulting can offer many new challenges.

Top 250 AM Law Firms

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Gone are the days of attorneys showing up to court with banker boxes of paper evidence. The outcomes of many large and expensive trials now hinge upon a Litigation Support Professional’s ability to properly preserve, collect, process, and produce forensic evidence.

Small to Medium Sized Law Firms

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Working within the Litigation Support department for a smaller or boutique litigation law firm can offer many advantages.

Fortune 500 Corporate In-House

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Electronic discovery jobs are becoming more common as in-house positions, since Federal and State Court rules now require companies to have data retention and preservation policies in place in order to better facilitate a potential litigation.  Corporations are scrambling to implement these new polices and strategize readiness plans, which means more job openings for experienced electronic discovery professionals. Corporations can seek the assistance of outside counsel for advice; however it often becomes a strain on the firm’s personnel and can be expensive making it common sense to bring their electronic discovery jobs in-house.

E-Discovery Software Manufacturers

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 New software is being developed to accelerate early case assessments, cull-down data, increase review throughput, reduce movement of data across multiple tools, and improve the defensibility of the electronic discovery process.