Bloomberg Law Q&A with Information Lawyer James Sherer

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James Sherer, a partner at Redgrave LLP, was asked by Bloomberg Law to address some questions surrounding Information Law, a relatively new and dynamic field that incorporates many diverse practice areas, including litigation, privacy, data security, technology, and communications. Bloomberg asked James a number of questions about this ever-changing field, including queries about his own career path and the opportunities both new and experienced lawyers may explore within the evolving field of Information Law.

The article discussed the following: experiences that lead to a focus on information law and e-discovery; what about the field of Information Law is exciting and motivating; the typical activities of an Information Lawyer; the knowledge and skills necessary to serve clients; alternate careers for law professionals interested in records management and e-discovery; the greatest opportunities in Information Law within the next five years; and asked for advice for law students or practicing attorneys interested in specializing in Information Law.

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