Stinson's eDiscovery Specialist Recognized by the Wichita Business Journal as an Up-and-Coming Professional in Technology
Stinson LLP is pleased to announce that eDiscovery and Practice Support Consultant Courtney Webb has been highlighted by the Wichita Business Journal as a Young Professional in Technology.
The Young Professionals series spotlights up-and-coming professionals ages 25-40 who are said to be the next generation of city and community leaders.
In her role, Webb works with firm teams and clients regarding all phases of the e-discovery and litigation life cycle, from litigation holds to trial. She uses Relativity to create databases, load data, manage productions and troubleshoot errors. She also assists with case and trial preparation using Trial Director.
Webb got involved in the legal technology space 11 years ago when she began her paralegal career. "I was determined to master all legal related software as my goal was to be at the top of my career field," Webb said. "I began working with e-discovery and realized the use and preservation of electronic data was going to be the future of the legal world."
Webb is a member of the firm's eDiscovery and Practice Support team, consisting of legal professionals with extensive experience who focus on e-discovery in addition to supporting other key projects for the firm. Webb is an Advanced Certified Paralegal and a Certified e-Discovery Specialist.
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