McGuireWoods discovery counsel
Cristin Traylor was profiled in a
July 7, 2020, Relativity blog post about her path to becoming an “e-discovery guru” and what it takes to
effectively bridge the gap between technical and legal in the e-discovery
To evolve along with the ever-changing legal and technological landscape,
Traylor focuses on self-paced learning, sharing ideas on processes and
procedures, and pulling insights from different tech company demos.
“I believe it’s important to challenge people to think outside of the box
and come up with innovative solutions using technology. We can better serve
our clients if we are always developing new ways to be more efficient and
creative,” Traylor said.
Traylor’s contributions earned her recognition as an Attorney Tech
Evangelist at the 2019
Relativity Innovation Awards, an honor that recognizes organizations or individuals who build
innovative solutions, break down barriers for technology in the practice of
law and move e-discovery forward.