Women in eDiscovery and New England Litigation Technology Professionals (NELTP) invite TRU executives to speak to their members
TRU Staffing Partners, an award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in e-discovery and cybersecurity, today announces company executives will be speaking at two industry organizations this week.
On September 13, Tammy Hutchinson, Mid-Atlantic manager of recruitment, and Annette Habib, VP of recruitment, will be presenting a “Master Class on Interviewing in e-Discovery” for members of the Women in eDiscovery Philadelphia Chapter. The meeting will take place 12:15-1:30 at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP, 1 Logan Square, Philadelphia, and is open to all Women in eDiscovery members. More information is available at http://womeninediscovery.org/event-2656228.
On September 14, Jared Coseglia, CEO and founder, will deliver his award-winning lecture and Q&A on “Transitioning your Career to Cybersecurity and Information Governance” to the New England Litigation Technology Professionals (NELTP) chapter members. The meeting is scheduled for 12:00-1:30 at Maggiano’s Little Italy, 4 Columbus Avenue, in Boston. During this presentation, Coseglia will discuss the skills and experiences e-discovery professionals must have to transition from the litigation support world to another related discipline. More information on this event is available at http://tinyurl.com/yc8r55k2.
“We are honored to present market intelligence on industry-specific job search essentials to WiE and NELTP,” states Coseglia. “The job market is changing and litigation and practice support professionals are yearning to understand what opportunities are available to them and what education, certifications and experience they need to maintain or move into a different discipline. Job seekers in e-discovery and cybersecurity are also in much need of guidance on how to best interview, position themselves professionally online and even create a compelling resume. My team and I look forward to spending time with the members of WiE and NELTP to deliver this exact information.”