Brianne Aul has been the Firmwide Records Manager for Reed Smith LLP  since 2009 , a position to which she was promoted after serving as Records Supervisor for the firm’s Pittsburgh office  since 2006. She has been with Reed Smith since 2001. Ms. Aul is the current Vice President of the Pittsburgh chapter of ARMA, and a CRM candidate.   Ms. Aul also received her B.A. in English from The Pennsylvania State University in 2001, and her M.B.A. from Waynesburg University in 2008.

Beth Faircloth has been the national director of conflicts and business intake services for Jenner & Block LLP since 2006.  Since joining the firm in 2002, Ms. Faircloth has been involved with database conversions, development and implementation of compliance controls and creation of practice management tools.  In her role she works closely with firm counsel, as well as, the financial and record departments.  She is a graduate of the University of Illinois and California Western School of Law.

Brianne Aul
Firm-wide Records Manager
Reed Smith LLP

Beth Faircloth
Director of Conflicts & Business Intake Services

Jenner & Block LLP

The Brave New World of Law Firm IG Webcast Series
A Proposed Law Firm Information Security Assessment Framework

Wednesday, November 14, 2012
2:00 - 3:00 pm EST

In today’s brave new world of exponential information growth, attorney lateral movement and a complex regulatory landscape, law firms are increasingly turning to information governance practices.  Central to any such effort is a consistent method for evaluating information security risks and processes to ensure that regulatory and attorney professional obligations to safeguard information are met. The panelists in this webcast will share a proposed eight-step Information Security Assessment Framework, developed at a recent Law Firm Information Governance Symposium. The framework offers law firms a practical guide for assessing risks and developing an information security strategy that works for a firm’s unique needs. 

The eight-step assessment can be used to evaluate multiple issues including:

  • Assessing feasibility of new technology in the firm environment, such as cloud storage solutions
  • Responding to clients, insurance carriers, and other third party requests regarding  firm’s protection of client information
  • Determining guidelines regarding taxonomy in firm document management systems

Please complete the form below and click submit to register for the webinar. (*) Required Field

This is the third webcast in the Brave New World of Law Firm IG Webcast series, sponsored by Iron Mountain. Be sure to join this upcoming webcast and watch the first two webcasts on demand.

WEBCAST SCHEDULE

How to Move Forward with a Law Firm Information Governance Program: an assessment of the internal dynamics impacting IG development, and strategies for effective collaboration, communication, professional development and marketing to gain the investment and strategic alignment necessary for success. Leigh Isaacs, Grant James, Doug Smith. Thursday, December 13, 2012

Paul Singleton
Director of Risk Management
Bingham McCutchen LLP

Paul Singleton is globally responsible for the key risk mitigation functional services of records management, conflict of interest management, and new business intake. His scope at Bingham includes primary involvement in the law firm risk awareness training curriculum. Mr. Singleton has served on the Board of Directors of both ARMA International and ARMA’s Boston Chapter.

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Carolyn Casey, Esq.
Senior Manager, Legal Vertical
Iron Mountain

In her role at Iron Mountain Carolyn Casey specializes in law firm information governance and management strategies. She led development of the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium, has an extensive eDiscovery background, and practiced law at Brobeck, Phleger & Harrison LLP. Ms. Casey holds an AB from Stanford University and a JD from American University.


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