Firm welcomes Women in eDiscovery


 Angela Boufford (seated, second from right), senior attorney at Butzel Long, was the featured speaker during the Thursday, June 28, meeting of the Detroit Chapter of Women in eDiscovery.  The program was hosted by Butzel Long and the sponsor of the program was Stout Risius Ross.  

During the presentation, Boufford discussed non-linear methods of ESI review, including Technology Assisted Review.  She also discussed recent predictive coding cases.  

Taking part in the meeting were (seated, left to right) Jill Bologna, Miller Canfield; Stephanie Shattuck, Butzel Long, Detroit Chapter director of the Women in eDiscovery; and Nancy Zahul, Plunkett Cooney, secretary of Women in eDiscovery; along with (standing, left to right) Carolyn Robinson, Howard and Howard, education chair of Women in eDiscovery; Courtney Labadie, Lumen Legal; Marcella Stewart, Miller Canfield; Suzanne Alfasten, Kelly Law Registry; Kim Adams, Butzel Long; Denise Bach, Stout Risius Ross, social chair of Women in eDiscovery; Erin Robinson, Thompson & Knight, assistant director of Women in eDiscovery; Kim Bonner, Dickinson Wright; Mary Sterling, Ford; Megan McKnight, Plunkett Cooney; Lynn DeLap, Lumen Legal; Ellen Kain, Dykema; and, Michelle Duell, Robert Half.  

Not pictured is Deborah Haugabook, Miller Canfield, membership director of Women in eDiscovery.  

The mission of the Women in eDiscovery is to bring together businesswomen interested in technology related to the legal industry and to provide opportunities for them to help themselves and other businesswomen grow both personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support, and national recognition.

Photo by John Meiu