What is RedShift? RedShift helps in-house counsel, law firms, and other legal service providers to actively exploit opportunities created by the swift and implacable expansion of the legal services universe. This isn’t figuring out what you can afford to leave by the wayside in a drive to cut costs. This is, instead, taking state of the art workflow and process design methodologies (yes, that includes Six Sigma) to
provide a level of exemplary service to your clients beyond what you could even
have offered in the “old economy.”
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RedShift provides custom legal process workflow design and implementation, built to tackle expensive and risk laden legal projects, leveraging Six Sigma management and reporting tools.
Training / CLEs
RedShift delivers trainings and CLEs, via streaming on demand video delivery, as well as on-site and through webinar. Available subjects include: Six Sigma for Legal Professionals, Ethical Issues of Metadata, and Mitigating Risk in eDiscovery.
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Have you partnered with an outsourcing provider, but still can’t penetrate the black box? RedShift can examine the operations behind any reporting or metrics to ensure that you're getting the service for which you're paying.
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Who We Are
Kimberly Williams is the founder and CEO of RedShift Legal, Inc. She is a certified Six Sigma Master Black Belt, and pioneered the application of Six Sigma processes to litigation review projects both domestically and offshore (India). She has consulted extensively with both in-house and law firm clients on the application of these processes in various contexts, including, eDiscovery, regulatory investigations, contract reviews, and other legal projects.
As a trainer and speaker, Kimberly frequently conducts CLEs on the topics of legal risk management, legal process outsourcing, and quality/cost control. She has also spoken on related topics at industry conferences, including, LegalTech and the AL Controlling Legal Costs Conference.
Kimberly received her A.B. from Harvard University, her J.D. from Columbia Law School, and practiced as a commercial litigation associate at Carter, Ledyard & Milburn and Loeb & Loeb. She is an active member of The Sedona Conference on Electronic Document Retention and Production.