Senior Information Governance Attorney
Emily Collins is a lawyer who has been solving eDiscovery and information governance problems for over 16 years. Having worked as outside counsel, in-house counsel, and a consultant in the service provider space, Emily has a uniquely well-rounded view of the world of eDiscovery, enabling her to understand the perspectives of all stakeholders in a particular project or issue. Her professional passion is for solving the riddles and puzzles put forth daily by this rapidly evolving field, and collaborating with fellow eDiscovery practitioners to find the unique answer to each. Emily also enjoys speaking and writing about these war stories. She received her law degree from Indiana University's Maurer School of Law. Prior to that, she studied history, political science, and Russian language, graduating summa cum laude from Indiana University. When she’s not working, Emily can be found horseback riding with her younger daughter, chauffeuring her older daughter to and from dance lessons, hiking and spending time outdoors with her family, or hiding with the cat and a good book. Emily also love to cook and travel, most recently to Quintana Roo, Mexico and is planning a trip to Ireland for the summer.