LLW paralegal Christina Blackwell recently earned a Certified E-Discovery Specialist (CEDS) designation from the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS). The CEDS credential is earned by individuals who pass a comprehensive four-hour examination that provides a tough and objective measure of an individual’s mastery of all aspects of E-Discovery. Ms. Blackwell also recently earned an advanced certification in the area of e-discovery from the National Association of Legal Assistants (NALA).
Ms. Blackwell has served as a paralegal for over 18 years. She assists attorneys in the areas of environmental, land use, local government law and assists in all phases of litigation of federal, state, and administrative matters involving private and governmental clients. She also holds an advanced certification in e-discovery from the National Association of Legal Assistants. The mission of ACEDS is to help professionals in various disciplines improve and certify their e-discovery knowledge and skill, increase their contacts, and increase overall competence in e-discovery and related fields. For more information about ACEDS, visit https://www.aceds.org/.