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MCLEAN, Va. - The Law Offices of Conor R. Crowley has announced the addition of industry leader Sherry B. Harris as senior discovery advisor.
Harris was most recently E-discovery advisor at Hunton & Williams LLP, where she was a valued thought leader in all litigation areas involving technology for more than 30 years. Her contributions included development and implementation of firm-wide E-discovery best practices, and assembling and training a firm-wide team of nearly 100 internal e-discovery consultants to provide knowledgeable resources to the firm's clients, attorneys and staff. Harris' background includes vast experience in document-intensive, multijurisdictional complex litigation and regulatory investigations. She also has a strong background in antitrust compliance, corporate records management, legal hold procedures and information lifecycle management. She has worked with corporate clients to develop defensible legal hold processes and litigation readiness plans, providing customized training programs for in-house legal departments and business units in corporations throughout the world. Harris also has tremendous experience assisting corporations with designing and implementing standardized litigation management protocols to achieve a consistent, defensible approach to litigation management across all practice areas.
She is a charter member of The Sedona Conference Working Group on Best Practices for Electronic Document Retention and Production, a member of The Sedona Conference WG1 Steering Committee and a member of the RFP+ User Group. Harris is co-editor of The Sedona Conference Glossary: E-Discovery & Digital Information Management (Second Edition), and co-author of The Sedona Conference Best Practices for the Selection of Electronic Discovery Vendors: Navigating the Vendor Proposal Process. She also serves on the Georgetown University Law Center E-Discovery Advisory Board, and has a long history of participation at CLE events, and involvement in pro bono activities.