On Nov. 5, The Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) launched a mentorship program aimed at bringing historically disenfranchised communities into the discovery industry.

The EDI Diversity Mentorship Program pairs newcomers to the e-discovery market with established mentors with the intention of helping them forge a path toward leadership in the e-discovery community. EDI leaders made the announcement at an event hosted at risk management and insurance group Zurich North America’s headquarters. The program announced a small group of its first mentor-mentee pairs, with mentors drawn from companies like Google, Barclays and KPMG.

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