Legal Association Debuts Catalogue of Technical Terminology: Legal Technology Professionals Institute’s Production Glossary
LTPI Production Glossary is an educational resource on terminology used in producing electronically stored information
New York, NY—October 13, 2015 The Legal Technology Professionals Institute (LTPI), a legal tech industry association dedicated to creating practical, technical solutions for the legal community, debuts its Production Glossary to catalogue the use of technology terms. LTPI uses agnostic industry collaboration to guide technology use in the practice of law.
LTPI adopts projects proposed by its members and organizes around creating a debated document as a starting point to offer direction for the industry. Legal practitioners of all experience levels can collaborate, use, modify and improve upon the bodies of work proffered by the association. The institute’s work product is available for others to improve upon, with the ultimate goal to provide guidance for practitioners confronted with the challenge of implementing practical solutions from legal theory.
“LTPI is a non-profit association where members of the legal technology ecosystem can come together to engage in meaningful conversations about technology and legal strategy beyond the theoretical, and create pragmatic points of reference based upon the realities of what attorneys and clients value, do, and need,” said Quin Gregor, Board of Directors Member of LTPI. “The LTPI production glossary creates this type of general understanding and lays important groundwork.”
Legal practitioners, whether outside counsel, in-house lawyers, litigation support professionals or vendors will all benefit from participating in LTPI. With cooperation, transparency, proportionality and donated time, LTPI can create foundational bodies of work that provide legal reference points for the industry. LTPI was formed to bring this advanced legal technology community to a language of common ground.
Legal Technology Professionals Institute benefactors and Advisory Panel members include Walmart, KPMG, PG&E, UnitedHealth Group, Exterro, The Claro Group, Proskauer Rose, Fortium Partners, Nexidia, FTI, Morgan Lewis & Bockius, Swiss Re, Hire Counsel, Dinsmore & Stohl, Recommind, DiscoverReady, and Lighthouse eDiscovery.
Legal Technology Professional Institute (www.legaltechpi.org) is a non profit legal association for legal practitioners who are involved in eDiscovery, investigations and information governance. Sponsors of the initiative include the world’s leading law firms, corporations, enterprise software companies and litigation support providers.