Lisa Evenson joined Harper Grey in 2003 as a paralegal and provides legal assistance to many of the firm’s practice groups in all aspects of file management, organization, and analysis.
Lisa has extensive knowledge in the design and use of various evidence management support systems utilized for complex, document-intensive, and often multi-party claims.
In her role as one of the Litigation Support and eDiscovery Supervisors for the firm, she provides advice and support to assist with the firm’s various litigation support software, providing on-site technical support to other paralegals and lawyers, as well as assisting clients with the collection of their electronically stored information, and the review, analysis and production of same. Lisa has in-depth knowledge of various litigation support software platforms, including Relativity, Summation Pro, Summation AD, Reveal, DISCO, and iPro Local Discovery.
Lisa is a contributing member of the Practice + Procedures Focus Group that assists the court with the drafting and updating of the Electronic Practice Directive and the Guidelines on Benchmarking of Costs paper for the Canadian Judicial Council.
She is an ACEDS Certified eDiscovery Specialist and holds an Osgoode Hall Law School Certificate in eDiscovery, Records Management, Information Governance and Privacy. She graduated from the Capilano University Paralegal program in 1997 and completed the Canadian Securities Course with Honours in 2000.
Lisa is a member and current Vice-President of the Vancouver Chapter of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, a member and past Chair of the Litigation Technology and eDiscovery subsection of the BC Legal Management Association, a member of Women in eDiscovery, a member and past director of the BC Paralegal Association, and a member of the International Legal Technology Association.