Tiara M. King is a highly experienced litigation paralegal who joined Wright Lindsey Jennings in 2002. She excels in coordinating the countless details involved in litigation.
King leads the firm’s legal project management efforts, working with attorneys to develop project plans, schedules, budgets and forms for delivery of high quality and efficient legal services to firm clients.
King is also an integral part of WLJ e-Discovery Solutions, demonstrating a commanding knowledge of the e-Discovery process and electronically stored information (ESI) and offering a distinct advantage to firm clients. Her strengths include project management and planning, involving working closely with the Wright Lindsey Jennings IT team to analyze document management, document review and other software tools for internal use by the firm. She also helps craft best practices and policies and procedures for management of cases involving ESI, including planning, strategy and data management.
King is a graduate of U A Little Rock (B.A., summa cum laude) and is currently working toward a Master of Science in Business Information Systems with Graduate Certificate in Business Analytics (to be completed in Spring 2019). Her graduate program coursework included systems development, database design, security, SQL reporting, and business analytics along with management-focused coursework focused on project management and team development.
Legal Project Management Training
Legal Project Management Certification (April 2018).
To further enrich her understanding of ESI and e-Discovery, King has participated in several programs including Georgetown Law’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute; eDiscovery, Digital Evidence Conference at Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law; and kCura’s Relativity Fest.
King is an active member of the Board of Directors of the Gertrude Remmel Butler Methodist Child Development Center, Inc., having served in leadership roles (Secretary, Budget Committee member and Personnel Committee chair) since her tenure began in 2013. She is also an active member of the Board of the Little Rock Public Education Foundation.