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Movers & Shakers: Clare Chalkley joins Integreon from Clifford Chance

Added on the 2nd May 2019 at 12:18 pm
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Clifford Chance litigation support manager Clare Chalkley (pictured) has joined Integreon as a senior director – legal services focusing on litigation support services and document review for law firms and corporate legal department clients.

Based in Integreon’s London office and reporting directly to Joe Mischler, Integreon chief sales officer, Chalkley will work with clients to design and implement efficient and cost-effective litigation processes. She can be expected to advise on issues and disciplines such as data collection and preservation approaches and early case assessment and review strategies, with an emphasis on predictive coding and advanced analytics.

“Clare has a wealth of experience and hands-on knowledge of the processes and technology needed to help clients navigate their complex data intensive litigation projects,” said Mischler. “We couldn’t have found a better fit and professional profile than Clare to join our team.”

At Clifford Chance, Chalkley led a team of e-discovery specialists working with lawyers and clients on litigation and arbitration matters and regulatory, internal, and anti-trust investigations.  Prior to joining Clifford Chance, she worked with Legal Technologies Limited, later to become Kroll, providing training and technical support, as well as the running of the day-to-day business.

Clare, alongside her colleague Vince Neicho, Integreon vice president, legal services, is a newly appointed ACEDS UK board member.  ACEDS helps legal professionals improve and certify their e-discovery knowledge and skill, advance their careers, increase their contacts and increase overall competence in e-discovery and related fields.

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  1. James Dingle says:

    Good luck. Too bad the company is in such dire situation with CEO losing clients left and right.

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