Vice President, Industry Relations, LexisNexis Applied Discovery
Courtney Ingraffia Barton is Vice President of Industry Relations of LexisNexis® Applied Discovery. In this role, she works with law firms, government organizations, corporations and industry leaders to educate the legal community on the continually evolving case law and technology of electronic discovery. Prior to joining Applied Discovery, Ms. Barton was a trial attorney with the United States Department of Justice, where she oversaw a docket of complex environmental enforcement matters. Before that, she was with Arnold & Porter in Washington, D.C. where she focused on pharmaceutical and medical device litigation. While at Arnold & Porter, she spent time in-house at the Host Marriott Corporation where she was Acting Assistant General Counsel for Litigation. Ms. Barton is a frequent author and speaker on the topic of electronic discovery. As host of the Discovery Services E-Discovery Best Practices Courses and Corporate Counsel Summits, she educates attorneys and legal professionals on case law, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure related to electronic discovery, document retention, international e-discovery issues, compliance matters, ethics, and technical issues. Ms. Barton is an active member in the Sedona Conference® where she is a participant in the Working Groups on Electronic Document Retention and Production and International Electronic Information Management, Discovery and Disclosure. She is also a member of the Washington D.C. and Virginia Chapters of ARMA International, and she is a member of the ARMA Electronic Discovery Advisory Board. She is also a member of the IQPC Conferences E-Discovery Advisory Board, and the E-Discovery Advisor Editorial Board. Ms. Barton is a member of the District of Columbia and Louisiana Bar Associations, and she is an active member of the ABA Section of Litigation where she is the LexisNexis liaison for the ABA Committee on Technology and the Litigator. She earned her B.A. from Colby College, her J.D. *** laude from Tulane Law School, and her M.P.H. from Harvard University.
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