Extract from Justin Reynolds, Akshita Singhal & Lianna Vaughan’s article “Everything to Know About Working as an eDiscovery Manager”
If you’re considering a career in the eDiscovery industry as a manager, now is an excellent time to get your foot in the door. As a matter of fact, this is one of the most exciting areas of the legal industry and one that many legal professionals are now exploring.
Here’s some good news: companies and legal departments across the board are struggling to find and retain talented eDiscovery personnel. In other words, if you’re interested, you shouldn’t have a hard time finding work as an eDiscovery manager.
Additionally, the national average salary for an eDiscovery manager is now hovering around $73,000. That being the case, you have the potential to earn a decent income while making a name for yourself in an up-and-coming industry where your work can make a difference.
So, what exactly does it take to become an eDiscovery manager? Let’s take a closer look at what this position entails so you can figure out if it’s a good fit for you.