A new eDiscovery podcast has launched recently featuring difference makers in the industry. eDiscovery veteran and entrepreneur, Brandon Law, sits down with some of the biggest names from law firms, corporate legal departments and service providers to discuss what makes them tick, how they found themselves in this kooky space, and tips for other professionals. From Brandon’s site:
This podcast isn’t for everyone, it’s for people that kinda love eDiscovery. If you secretly love it, but pretend like you hate it, that’s fine too, we won’t tell anyone. But if you don’t know what eDiscovery is, then you’re probably not going to get it.
Our industry is filled with incredible entrepreneurs, technologists, lawyers, judges, bloggers, consultants and project managers – yet, for some reason, we don’t get to hear from them very often. The DAT File is my attempt to dig a little deeper into the stories and ideas we don’t hear nearly enough of.
There are two types of interviews on the podcast – Guests and Company Profiles. Guests are invited by me (Brandon) and tend to focus on the personal stories and opinions of the guest. Although they may talk about their current employer or the projects their working on, the focus is really on them. The other type of show – a company profile – highlights the interesting things an organization is doing. These shows focus less on the person being interviewed and more on the cool stuff they’re working on.
To check out the latest podcasts go to www.TheDatFile.com