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Top 10 Predictions for the 2019 Legal Tech Job Market

For the last four years, TRU Staffing Partners has given the community our annual “Top 10 Predictions” related to the legal technology job market. Last year’s predictions drew attention to new disciplines seeking a place in the legal job market as well as repeat trends building momentum toward becoming new standards in industry hiring practices and talent development.

This year’s prophecies reveal a culmination and realization of several forecasts from years past as well as several new developments (or lack of developments) that are shaping the future of staffing in the legal industry. These observations and deductions aim to help employers and employees anticipate how to maneuver professionally and hire the right talent in the year ahead. Read TRU’s top 10 predictions for 2019 and how they will impact the hiring practices of law firms, corporations, consultancies, software companies and service providers around the globe HERE!

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TRU founder and CEO Jared Coseglia lends his market knowledge to the South Florida chapter of ARMA on November 4 at 1:00pm ET. “Legal Tech Jobs: Before and After the Pandemic” will speak not only to the evolving ecosystem of employment opportunities within legal technology, but also to how the community’s approach to interviewing and staff selection has adapted and changed because of the pandemic. Expect a full explanation of how remote and contract hiring modalities have shaped the current landscape and why now is the right time for talent to matriculate between legal disciplines and look to the job market for professional advancement and the best compensation available in a decade.

Thursday, 04 November 2021, 13:00
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Attention privacy pros! TRU founder and CEO Jared Coseglia will moderate an all-star panel (Jutta Williams, Twitter; Zoe Philippides, Anthem Inc.; Dennis Sanchez, HP) titled "Healthcare Technology and the Increasingly Important Role of Privacy Professionals” at IAPP's PSR Conference on October 22 at 3:45pm PT.

Thrust once again into the limelight by COVID-19, the intersection of healthcare concerns, data privacy, consumer rights, and in many instances, human rights have meaningfully captured social consciousness and, in turn, captured corporate consciousness. “Alexa, remind me to take my heart medicine at 3pm.” Led by cutting-edge industry thought leaders, this panel will cover the conversation surrounding product creation that leverages healthcare and HIPAA-protected data, and its intersection with our everyday lives. From smart-home technology to the role of social media in the COVID-19 response, we will discuss proactive efforts to monetize and build trust with customers, inspired by product creators who have enticed the public with apps and goods that involve the collection and processing of data related specifically to healthcare. Join us for a deep dive into the risks and rewards of gathering, using, and wielding this data, and the precedent being set for future privacy laws.

Learn more about the conference, peruse the sessions, and register for IAPP PSR HERE!

Friday, 22 October 2021, 15:45
Publications
Law Firms May Be Facing an eDiscovery and Tech Personnel Crisis: eDiscovery Trends

If the Barbra Streisand song lyric “people who need people…are the luckiest people…in the world” is true, then personnel managers at law firms must be very lucky indeed. I’m sure they don’t feel that lucky, given the current eDiscovery and tech personnel crisis that many of them are beginning to face.

Jared Coseglia quoted in eDiscovery Today

Thursday, 14 October 2021, 11:29