eDiscovery for the Rest of Us
Tom O’Connor is a nationally known consultant, speaker and writer in the field of legal technology. A New England native who graduated from The Johns Hopkins University in 1972 with a BA in Political Science, he later earned a J.D. at an evening law school program while working. That consulting experience is diverse and includes the BP litigation and several current opioid MDL matters as well as pro bono work with the Office of the Federal Public Defender.
A frequent lecturer about legal technology, Tom also teaches CLE courses nationwide and is a prolific writer. He has several biogs, written hundreds of articles including the 2006 award winning article, “In Katrina’s Wake“, about recovery efforts in the legal community of post Katrina New Orleans in which he participated and has authored three books, most recently EDiscovery for Small Cases, published by the ABA.
Check out Tom’s blog Techno Gumbo here.