*Currently licensed in Georgia only.
Courtney Beasley specializes in large-volume electronic discovery (eDiscovery) for high-profile cases in a variety of practice areas. Her national scope in solving mission-critical issues and data organization results in substantial cost savings for Ogletree Deakins' clients. As a part of her commitment to Ogletree Deakins’ Client Pledge, she uses her over 11 years of experience in this ever-changing area to bring creative, innovative, and targeted ideas to serve clients with crafting eDiscovery strategies that exceed their expectations. She regularly utilizes her knowledge of data privacy, data sourcing, and forensics to address issues arising during litigation, including motion practice and hearings. Well-versed in document review strategies such as technology-assisted review and linear reviews, Ms. Beasley’s knowledge is a resource leveraged daily through her management of Ogletree Deakins’ Indianapolis Document Review Center.
Prior to joining Ogletree, Ms. Beasley worked with multinational law firms to manage their eDiscovery programs in this continuously emerging field. She created document reviews to create legally defensible programs. Managing multiple cases, Ms. Beasley’s responsiveness and demand for perfection makes her much sought-after by clients.
Ms. Beasley is also CIPP/US certified by the International Association of Privacy Professionals, and provides advice regarding cross-border data transfers and other data privacy-related matters.