SOLID Working Groups

Working Groups

Industry Thought Leaders

SOLID Working Groups offer a unique opportunity to lead, learn, and collaborate with your peers and industry thought leaders.

During SOLID 2017 in NYC, summit attendees broke out into various birds of a feather groups to converse, ask questions, and share knowledge around the most pressing issues, pain points, challenges and barriers that leaders are facing in the legal technology industry. From this collaborative work and every SOLID since, our working groups continuously evolve and sprint for 6 months and are comprised of over 80 industry thought leaders from law firms and corporations across the United States.

SOLID Working groups offer a unique opportunity to engage with your peers and colleagues in an intimate and agile way that has never existed before. Working group members have committed to a 6-month sprint toward creating a tangible work-product that will inform, instruct and inspire the community. Each group is comprised of 10-20 members, meeting every two weeks by phone to focus on a problem they are looking to solve. Working group members are able to present their public work-products at various  benchmark events such as SOLID, LTNY, ILTA and CLOC over the course of the 6-month sprint.

If you are interested in sponsoring a working group, press the button below to fill out the short application form.

Legal Mavericks Cohort

Objective: The Legal Maverick’s mission is to identify 5 projects that can be quickly and easily identified, initiated and implemented by legal mavericks (eDiscovery, information governance, COO, CINO, KM, legal operations professionals)  that seek to expand their – “Role – Responsibility – Authority & Resources”. Aka elevate and accelerate their careers. Aka “ Get From “Now To Next”

These projects will not require the official support of executive leadership….. But will serve to demonstrate what’s possible…. And more importantly – demonstrate the strategic thinking, capability and capacity of the “Legal Mavericks” creating and driving the “Innovation Initiative.”

 


Working Group Leadership

Robert Taylor

Robert Taylor

Vice President, Senior Corporate Counsel (Legal Ideation & Transformation)

Liberty Mutual Insurance

Farrah Pepper

Farrah Pepper

Chief Legal Innovation Counsel

Marsh & McLennan Companies
Jeffrey Marple

Jeffrey Marple

Director of Innovation, Corporate Legal

Liberty Mutual Insurance

Seth Eichenholtz

Seth Eichenholtz

Head of Electronic Discovery

Mastercard

Defining the Chief Innovation Officer (CINO) Role

Objective: In an effort to define the new and evolving CINO role more clearly, this group will evaluate the core skills, competencies, knowledge and experience it takes to be successful withinthis role. The group will highlight specifics regarding authority, responsibility and resources this position is tasked with.

 


Working Group Leadership

Amol Bargaje

Amol Bargaje

Global Director - IT Practice and Client Solutions

Mayer Brown

Farrah Pepper

Farrah Pepper

Chief Legal Innovation Counsel

Marsh & McLennan Companies
Ali Shahidi

Ali Shahidi

Chief Innovation Officer

Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Andrea Markstrom

Andrea Markstrom

Chief Information Officer

Blank Rome

Camille Reynolds

Camille Reynolds

Senior Director of Knowledge & Innovation Delivery

Fenwick & West

Brad Rogers

Brad Rogers

Chief Operations Officer and Chief of Staff for Law, Compliance, Gov't & Reg Affairs, Corp. Sec'ty

TIAA
Kristi Anne Gedid

Kristi Anne Gedid

Senior Director, Global Legal Operations

Mylan
Brian Corbin

Brian Corbin

Executive Director, Assistant General Counsel

JPMorgan Chase & Co.
2018 PUBLIC WORKPRODUCT:

Women to Know, and Men Too!

Objective:  The primary purpose of Women to Know is to elevate and accelerate the careers and leadership of women in the legal industry through a series of live and virtual events, peer-to-peer advocacy, coaching, collaboration and shared lessons learned. Membership is open to senior law firm leaders in government, corporate and law firm practices worldwide. 

Working Group Leadership

Allison Brecher

Allison Brecher

General Counsel

Vestwell
Maureen Durack

Maureen Durack

Director of Operations

Vedder Price, P.C.
Martha Louks

Martha Louks

Director of Technology Services

McDermott Will & Emery LLP
Miriam Smolen

Miriam Smolen

Associate General Counsel

Federal Housing Finance Agency
Sonya Judkins

Sonya Judkins

Manager, Legal Discovery /Compliance

Sprint
Elise Sandra Shore

Elise Sandra Shore

Special Litigation Counsel

U.S. Department of Justice, Civil Rights Division, Office of Special Counsel
Susan Sommers Crisp

Susan Sommers Crisp

Sr. Manager, Technology Innovation

King & Spalding
Nadine Berg

Nadine Berg

Director, Corporate Compliance and Legal Operations

TransCanada Pipelines
Kenya Dixon

Kenya Dixon

Assistant Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection, Division of Litigation Technology and Analysis

Federal Trade Commission
Carrie Holt

Carrie Holt

Branch Chief - Litigation Support Services

U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission
Audrey Hillyard

Audrey Hillyard

Manager, eDiscovery & Trial Tech Services

Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett & Dunner LLP
Alison Grounds

Alison Grounds

eDiscovery & Litigation Partner - Managing Director of TS eMerge

Troutman Sanders
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