Brigid serves as Greene Espel’s primary litigation support resource.
With more than 20 years of experience in litigation technology, Brigid advises and assists attorneys and paralegals navigate the e-discovery process from beginning to end while following the guiding principles set forth by the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and Greene Espel standards, all while controlling costs.
Brigid’s role also includes consulting with case teams in preparation for trial, including preparation of trial exhibits and demonstratives, configuration of courtroom and war room technology, and support for daily in-courtroom presentations.
Brigid has a comprehensive working knowledge of a wide variety of database and litigation support software, including LAW PreDiscovery, SQL, Forensic Toolkit (FTK), Summation, Trial Director, TimeCoder Pro, and CaseMap Suite.
She is an active member of International Legal Technology Association (ILTA), Minnesota Association of Litigation Support Professionals (MALSP), and Women in eDiscovery.
Professional & Community Affiliations
- MN Association of Litigation Support Professionals
- Chapter President (2017)
- Community Service Committee
- Women in eDiscovery, Minneapolis-St. Paul Chapter
TEACHING AND LECTURING
Co-Presenter, “The Paralegal’s Role at Trial: Adding Value- Getting Results,” MPA-MDLA Seminar (September 2014)
- LAW Prediscovery Certified Administrator
- Summation Certified
B.S., College of St. Catherine, Management Information Systems (2007)