AS A MEMBER OF DORSEY’S SENIOR INFORMATION SERVICES MANAGEMENT TEAM, CAROLINE'S EXPERIENCE ALLOWS HER TO COMBINE HER TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE AND EXTENSIVE LITIGATION TECHNOLOGY EXPERIENCE WHEN PROVIDING E-DISCOVERY CONSULTING SERVICES TO CLIENTS.
Caroline Sweeney is responsible for the delivery of Dorsey’s e-discovery services, including LegalMine Managed Review services, litigation technology support, and trial technology support. Caroline is a member of Dorsey’s Electronic Discovery Practice Group and the Cybersecurity, Privacy and Social Media Practice Group. She has extensive experience consulting with attorneys and clients with regard to e-discovery, including identification, preservation, collection, processing, review and production of electronically stored information. Her 25+ years of experience in the litigation support industry, include working in the law firm and litigation support vendor environments.
Caroline is actively involved in the e-discovery community. She is ACEDs certified, currently Co-President of the Twin Cities ACEDs chapter, and participated in the development of the litigation support certification test for the Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP). In addition, Caroline is a current member of The Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production and sits on the Information Governance steering committee for the International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), and recently co-chaired the Minnesota E-Discovery Project Working Group 5 on Use of Technology to Facilitate Production of E-Discovery. She has served on a number of e-discovery vendors’ client advisory boards and has experience with a wide array of e-discovery processing and review platforms. In addition to various software certifications, Caroline has received additional certifications in the areas of Legal Project Management and records and information management, and is also listed in Strathmore’s Who’s Who. She has participated as a presenter and faculty member at various conferences on litigation support and E-discovery and is a former instructor of “Computers in the Law” at the Minnesota Legal Assistant Institute. In the early 1990s, she was a co-founder of the Minnesota Association of Litigation Support Managers.