Boston Chapter January Meeting

  • 20 Jan 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM (EST)
  • WebEx

We welcome you to attend our virtual WiE Boston Chapter Meeting on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 (noon to 1 PM). This month's meeting will be held via WebEx and login information will be provided once registered. You must be a registered member of Women in eDiscovery to attend the event.

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Topic: eDiscovery of the Future

Join us for a conversation around the future of eDiscovery. What technologies will shape our roles in the future? What processes may change? How will courts evolve? What will paralegals/attorneys/litigation support professionals of the future look like and what skills will they need?


  • Melanie Bostick is a Senior Solutions Architect at Epiq. Melanie has over 30 years of experience in the legal industry, primarily in the areas of eDiscovery, information management and operations. She spent 19 years on the law firm side in various capacities including paralegal and litigation support, and 12 years on the vendor side leveraging her legal, operations and advisory experience to further align client’s operational and strategic objectives with the right mix of people, process and technology.
  • Keisha Gayle-Luzarie is a paralegal at Prince Lobel Tye LLP with over nine years of experience. She has worked in various areas of the law including insurance and reinsurance, family law and general litigation with an emphasis on discovery and trial preparation. More recently, she has moved into the Intellectual Property practice group and focuses on patent prosecution and litigation.
  • Roberta Ozan, VP of Client Relations at L2 Legal.


  • Alyssa Bloch is an Account Director in Boston for the Epiq’s global legal solutions business. In this role, she aligns broad internal resources and workflows, applying industry best practices to meet her law firm and corporate client’s specific needs and ensure successful outcomes. Alyssa brings to Epiq over a decade of experience in the legal services and technology profession. Before joining Epiq, she acted as an Account Executive with CS Disco and Bloomberg BNA, and a UCC Business Consultant with CT Corporation. Prior to joining the world of legal services and technology, she was a practicing debt finance attorney with Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel in Manhattan. Alyssa holds a J.D. from Boston University School of Law and a B.B.A in Finance from George Washington University.


If you would like the Board to consider appointing you as a Committee Chair, please send an email to with a 120-word bio including which committee (Charity, Special Events/Social Events, or Meetings) and the reason for your choice.

Charitable Drive: Women’s Lunch Place:

  • The Women’s Lunch Place is a safe, welcoming day shelter community, providing nutritious food and individualized services for women who are experiencing homelessness or poverty. We had a very successful in-person volunteer event at the Women’s Lunch Place earlier this year. Although in-person volunteer opportunities are currently limited, the WLP is still open and serving healthy take-out meals to women every day. You can continue to support the Women’s Lunch Place by making a donation at the link below.

We hope to see you at the meeting!

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