Everlaw Celebrates International Women’s Day

We call her The Hawke. And in honor of International Women’s Day, today we celebrate her achievements. Lisa Hawke, our Director of Policy and Compliance, is one of the most considerate people you’ll ever meet, even when strictly enforcing our security protocols. She is a volunteer on the Events Committee with Women in Security and
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ediscovery review for journalists

To support investigative reporting, we’re giving news organizations free access to Everlaw’s ediscovery software. From whistleblower dumps to FOIA requests, journalists need to analyze large data sets quickly and accurately. More and more reporters are trawling documents—whether emails, text messages, or files—to uncover the stories within. This is much the same process attorneys go through
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AJ Encourages Entrepreneurs to Avoid Federal Fixation

Our CEO AJ Shankar is featured in TechCrunch today with lessons learned from working with our state government customers. With the emerging administration on the cusp of taking office, the domination of federal government for the media and enterprise technology vendors is a major focus. AJ argues that, with five key factors, entrepreneurs can experience success with
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Participate in Everlaw's Donation Program

During law school, many students participate in clinics working within underserved communities or devote hundreds of hours to pro bono work. A great number continue this type of work in some capacity after graduation. This sense of public service is integral to the professional identity of lawyers. It also reflects the commitment that legal practitioners
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Alexa: personal helper or digital witness

Evidence isn’t what it used to be—not even what it was a few years ago. In what sounds like a lost episode of Black Mirror, reports emerged this week that police are investigating a man’s digital assistant for clues to a suspected killing. News site The Information reported that in November 2015, an Arkansas man named
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A holiday gift for you

The holidays are made for relaxing. Friends, family, a warm fire, a good book. Except, it doesn’t always work out that way, does it? When the stakes are high, and you’re up against a court-imposed deadline, the work presses on. We had a client a few months back with a large, time-sensitive project. They had
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