Firm welcomes Women in eDiscovery

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 Butzel Long hosted the Wednesday, Aug. 22, meeting of the Detroit Chapter of Women in eDiscovery at the firm’s Bloomfield Hills office.  

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.

 Among those attending the meeting were (seated, left to right) Nancy Zahul, Plunkett Cooney and Detroit Chapter secretary of Women in eDiscovery; Stephanie Shattuck, Butzel Long and Detroit Chapter director of Women in eDiscovery; and Michelle Duell of Robert Half Legal; along with (standing, left to right) Victoria Murdoch, Butzel Long; Erin Robinson, Thompson & Knight and Detroit Chapter assistant director of Women in eDiscovery; Mary Ann  Martin, D4 Discovery; Suzanne Alfasten, Kelly Law Registry; and Denise Bach, Stout Risius Ross and Detroit Chapter social chair of Women in eDiscovery.  

The Detroit Chapter of Women in eDiscovery are hosting a pub crawl on Thursday, Sept. 20, in Ferndale with a 100 percent of the proceeds to benefit Detroit Christo Rey High School.  For additional information, contact Denise Bach at dbach@srr.com.

Photo by John Meiu