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Katie King doesn’t believe one has to be a technology specialist to work in e-discovery.

But one does have to be able to pivot and have a desire to be on the cutting edge, she said.

“One thing that’s neat about e-discovery is you’re always working alongside someone who has that technical expertise,” she said. “So I think it’s important to be open-minded, able to pivot quickly, and have a broad array of interests. And you need to have an insatiable desire to learn, because we’re learning new things every day.”

King is project management leader at LitSmart E-Discovery, a Winston-Salem-based venture of law firm Kilpatrick Townsend. LitSmart was started in 2013 and provides discovery counsel, document review and consulting on information governance, privacy and data security.

Mary K. King

E-Discovery Of Counsel

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