Jared Coseglia, founder and CEO of TRU Staffing Partners and agent to thousands of e-discovery and cybersecurity professionals, will be answering your burning questions about careers, the state of the industry, compensation metrics, trends and patterns in hiring practices, how to interview or prepare the right resume, and much more. TRU and ACEDS wants to give you, the community¸ every opportunity and access to Coseglia’s unique perspective on the e-discovery and cybersecurity industries and how to get ahead or attract the best talent in the years to come. This will be an interactive discussion where ACEDS members can discuss how they want to grow in their e-discovery careers – whether they are working toward management level roles or just getting started in the legal industry. Questions will be taken prior to the event. Please submit your burning questions to email@example.com and register here for the virtual event!
Jared Coseglia | Founder & CEO | TRU Staffing Partners
Jared Michael Coseglia is the founder and CEO of TRU Staffing Partners. With more than twelve years of experience representing talent in e-discovery, litigation support, cybersecurity, and broadly throughout legal technology staffing, he has successfully placed over 1800 professionals in full-time and temporary positions at the AmLaw 200, Fortune 1000, and within the consultancy and service provider community. Coseglia is an active speaker and published author on trends in the legal technology job market.
Kaylee Walstad | Director of Strategic Partnerships | ACEDS
Kaylee Walstad is the Director of Strategic Partnerships at ACEDS. In her role, Walstad works closely with affiliates, corporate and government entities, and law firms to educate and validate the expertise of their eDiscovery teams. She is also a part of ACEDS chapter team supporting their current chapters and assisting in the formation strategy of new chapters as well.
Walstad has a broad background of eDiscovery experience and skill that uniquely positions her to provide insight into the challenges faced by the end-users of eDiscovery services and technology and the organizations serving them. She has extensive expertise in developing cross organizational discovery strategies for large litigation and investigations. Additionally, she is the Central Region Director for Women in eDiscovery and has been a Board of Directors’ member since 2012, a Masters Conference board member and a member of Women in Homeland Security.