The ACEDS UK Chapter is your direct link to the ACEDS international organisation. By joining our
Chapter, you not only receive the benefit of both local and national membership, but you gain an
entire network of individuals looking to enhance their e-discovery careers.
The mission of ACEDS UK Chapter is in line with that of the ACEDS organisation, so as to help professionals in various disciplines improve and certify their e-discovery knowledge and skill, advance their careers, increase their contacts and increase overall competence in e-discovery and related fields.
Every quarter ACEDS runs an educational networking event. Giving you a chance to learn about eDiscovery and to network with your peers. These events take place across London, sign up to be kept up to date with what is happening.
ACEDS offers a variety of training experiences programs, both virtual and live, all led by leading experts in e-discovery and meeting top standards of instructional design. We’re committed to producing the highest quality, most accurate and current training programs for the benefit of our community.
The CEDS Certification is awarded to persons who meet certain qualification standards and pass a rigorous certification examination administered at one of 600 proctored testing centers. The certification covers topics including project planning, litigation hold implementation, document review, data processing, budgeting and more.
We run one event per quarter, bringing together some of the finest minds in eDiscovery to discuss topics of interest.
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We will be running our usual pre Christmas networking event, sign up to our mailer for more information.
Emily Wyllie-Ballard is the litigation support manager at Reynolds Porter Chamberlain LLP (RPC), the firm involved in the landmark predictive coding ruling of 2016, Pyrrho Investments Ltd v MWB Property Ltd. Before studying law, Emily had a career in event management during which she coordindated a range of projects such as coroporate evenst, weddings, and music festivals (for example Galstonbury Festival). This background has provided Emily with a unique insight into legal project management and litigation.
Experienced Head Of Business Development with a demonstrated history of working in the Cybersecurity, eDiscovery, Information Governance and investigations industry. Skilled in Sales, Business Development, Partner Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Go-to-market Strategy, and Enterprise Content Management.
Robert Kenny is an eDiscovery Specialist with worldwide experience in helping corporations deal with Information Governance and eDiscovery issues. Mr Kenny understands the difference between "theoretical" and "practical" eDiscovery challenges and uses his technical experience combined with storytelling to deliver knowledge across all levels of the business. Robert is a trusted authority with over 15 years’ experience in Information Management and eDiscovery and a member of many eDiscovery groups and associations, including the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists.
Bryant Isbell is the Managing Director of Global eDiscovery and Data Advisory at Baker McKenzie . Bryant is an industry expert with more than 18 years of experience focusing on information governance, data privacy, full EDRM lifecycle execution and management, and data analytics.
Consultant for litigation readiness planning, forensic/ESI Preservation, evaluation, data processing, digital forensics/analytics and document hosting/review. Experienced sales and marketing professional with a thorough understanding of a variety of sales, public relations and marketing techniques used to expand existing business and grow new business streams. Experience building and managing relationships with prospective and existing clients respectively.
Experienced Vice President Chapter with a demonstrated history of working in the information services industry and legal sector. Skilled in eDiscovery and Case Management with strong business development working and professional services experience graduate from The University of Kent.