[Virtual Event] LatinX Heritage Panel and Sangria Social: The Impact of Privacy Policies & Automation on Minorities - October 14th, 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm ET

Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS)
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October 14th, 2020
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM ET

During this panel we will discuss how developments in technology, surveillance, and privacy in the law impact minorities. Panelists will share the implications of privacy and surveillance on communities of color and the disparate effects of technological advances and automation on black and brown communities, both in the public and private spheres.

The event will begin with a few quick words about LatinX Heritage Month followed by a one-hour panel discussion. After the panel presentation, we encourage attendees to continue the conversation while networking during our Sangria Social. Sangria recipes will be provided.

Lourdes Slater is the Founder & CEO of Karta Legal LLC, a legal operations and law firm management consulting firm. She is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School and has over 25 years of litigation experience, having represented Fortune 100 companies and government agencies. She is also a process expert and a Lean Six Sigma Black Belt.

Among her most significant work, in the aftermath of the 2008 financial crisis Lourdes took on the task of managing and supervising the legal processes and case logistics of the Residential Mortgage Backed Securities Litigation on behalf of several public and private clients, leveraging the use of legal technologies.

She is a frequent speaker, educator, and expert in privacy law, legal process improvement and legal technology innovation.

Last year, Lourdes was named a Trailblazer by the New York Law Journal, for being an agent of change, thought leader and innovator.

Alejandra Vallejos is a Chilean-born lawyer with over ten years of experience in public and private sector on corporate governance, sustainability, compliance and technology. She holds an LLM from Heidelberg University and an MPA from Harvard where she was a Luksic Fellow and also was awarded an Ash Center for Innovation Fellowship. She is the co-founder of a consultancy firm, Seal Legal Forensics, using technology to develop corporate governance and compliance programs and investigations. She lives in Santiago, Chile.

Nina Cortiella is a graduate of the University of Puerto Rico and Northeastern University School of Law. She has over 15 years of demonstrated experience in the legal field, including a clerkship for the US District Court in Puerto Rico, a lawyer for the US Department of Justice, and an eDiscovery Project Manager for Compliance. Nina’s notable achievements include her work on a large-scale consumer protection initiative to dismantle a criminal syndicate whose focus was extorting the Latino community, and helping to create evidentiary protocols in criminal cases. In her current role at Compliance, Nina regularly provides consultative guidance to her clients on ESI issues within civil and criminal litigation matters. Hailing from Boston, by way of DC, Nina maintains strong ties to her Ecuadorian/Puerto Rican heritage through DC Latinx community outreach and initiatives.

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