Andrew Wong is an Analyst with Kilpatrick Townsend’s LitSmart® E-Discovery Team. In that role, Andrew works directly with e-discovery professionals including project managers, attorneys, and clients in all phases of the EDRM life cycle. His areas of expertise include data collection, manipulation, preparation, processing, loading, production, and quality control. Andrew is an expert in Relativity, the industry-leading e-discovery platform used in-house by Kilpatrick Townsend, in addition to Concordance, Opticon, LAW PreDiscovery, IPro, Ringtail, and West Case Notebook. Within the LitSmart® E-Discovery Team, Andrew regularly assists with developing strategies for the firm’s most complicated and technically challenging data processing jobs.
Prior to joining the firm, Andrew worked as a Digital/E-Discovery Supervisor for an international law firm where his duties included managing all digital processing and e-discovery requests. Previously, Andrew was a Data Analyst at an e-discovery vendor in San Francisco, California where he processed client data for EDD projects, and assisted software engineers with preparation for artificial intelligence automated document review.
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City College of San Francisco, General Education
Asian E-Discovery Networking Group, Member
LAW PreDiscovery User Group, Member
LAW PreDiscovery Certification
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