New Heads of Consulting

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We are pleased to announce two new appointments to our global team. Greg Astegno and Henning Ehlers will be our new Heads of Consulting.

Greg has nearly 20 years' experience working as an applied legal technology professional. He has spent most of his career prior to joining Law In Order working in top tier law firms to support matters across a breadth of practice areas, and more recently he has developed and managed eDiscovery teams within premier service providers. During his time with Law In Order, Greg’s team supported the high profile Royal Commission into Misconduct in the Banking, Superannuation and Financial Services Industry, and the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety in Australia.

Henning has over 15 years' experience as an applied legal technology professional. Before joining Law In Order, he spent over 13 years working with a global law firm as a Senior Co-Ordinator and Senior Manager in Alternative Legal Services in Litigation Support and eDiscovery. During his time with Law In Order, he has consulted and managed processes and technology in support of major corporate transactions and litigation proceedings for our clients. He specialised in developing strategic and bespoke eDiscovery and review workflows for clients using latest analytics and technology assisted review technology. Henning is a qualified lawyer in Germany and has practiced as a Litigation and Employment lawyer for top tier global law firms before moving into the eDiscovery space.

Greg and Henning’s focus moving forward will be to drive strategic growth through by bolstering the client experience and engagement with our highly innovative teams and processes, ongoing software acquisition and development, growth in the education and use of various review platforms and realisation of consistent international deliverables.

We wish them every success in their new roles.

LinkedIn_Large.pngGreg Astegno                     LinkedIn_Large-(1).pngHenning Ehlers


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