Aaron Alexander is a Senior Analyst with Kilpatrick’s LitSmart® E-Discovery Team. In that role, Aaron works directly with E-Discovery professionals including project managers, attorneys, and clients in all phases of the EDRM life cycle. His areas of expertise include data collection, manipulation, preparation, processing, loading, production, and quality control. Aaron is an expert in the industry-leading e-discovery platform used in-house by Kilpatrick, Relativity, having reached the level of Relativity Certified Administrator. In addition to Relativity, Aaron has a wide range of experience with a variety of legal software platforms including eCapture, IPro Tech, Concordance, Summation, LAW Pre-Discovery, Clearwell, Aungate and ReadySuite. Within the LitSmart® E-Discovery Team, Aaron regularly assists with developing strategies for complex and defensible data collections and is experienced in several leading collection tools including EnCase (having achieved the level of EnCE) Harvester and Paraben.
Prior to joining Kilpatrick, Aaron worked with an international electronic discovery vendor where he helped manage the production team, developed workflows and oversaw quality control of operational processes.
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Southern Polytechnic State University Advanced Degree
EnCase Certified Examiner (EnCE)
Relativity Certified Administrator
Relativity Review Specialist
Harvester Certified Specialist
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