One of the ILTACON 2022 panels couldn’t be timelier—as industries across the board have experienced the great resignation to some degree, it begs the question: how are legal tech professionals leveraging their skills to find new career paths?

Take for instance, e-discovery skills—while they might seem tricky to carry over to other areas of law, experts argued that they aren’t as niche as one might think. What’s more, professionals should take advantage of that to explore new areas likely to expand in the upcoming years—whether it be data analytics, data visualization, or even something else entirely. From utilizing networks to existing skills, experts at “The Great Pivot—Leveraging eDiscovery Skills into New Career Paths” ILTACON 2022 session shared best practices for professionals considering a career change.

1. Leveraging Existing Skills

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