Taylor English's Rachael Lee Zichella Co-Founds New State Bar of Georgia Section
Taylor English Duma is pleased to announce that Rachael Lee Zichella has co-founded the State Bar of Georgia’s new E-Discovery and The Use of Technology Section. The section provides education and training to lawyers across all practice areas on legal technology and e-discovery, including the tools, best practices, procedures, applicable rules and laws, as well as relevant ethical considerations. Scott Paul Hilsen of KPMG also serves as co-founder of the section.
“Scott and I created the E-Discovery and The Use of Technology Section of the State Bar of Georgia in direct response to the rapidly evolving and complex use of technology in today’s legal industry,” said Rachael Zichella. “Our goal is to provide insightful, timely and in-depth training on technology trends and developments to Georgia-based attorneys, helping them to use this knowledge to provide superior, compliant legal services to their clients. We are excited to kick-off the section this year and grow exponentially in 2015.”
At Taylor English, Ms. Zichella is a member of the firm’s Litigation and Dispute Resolution, and Employment and Labor Relations practice groups. She represents corporations, boards of directors, and individuals in federal and state court during all phases of trial practice, arbitrations and mediations. As a labor and employment lawyer, Ms. Zichella counsels clients on preventive strategies involving the Americans with Disabilities Act, Title VII, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Labor Standards Act, and other federal and state statutes.
Ms. Zichella received her undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt University magna cum laude and her law degree from The University of Florida Levin College of Law, cum laude.