Relativity’s Justice for Change – Technology & Teamwork in the Fight for Racial Justice

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Relativity, a market-leading, global tech company that equips legal and compliance professionals with a powerful platform to organize data, discover the truth, and act on it, recently launched their Justice For Change initiative.

The Justice for Change Vision: To create a world where social justice and racial equity are strengthened by one’s ability to access the resources necessary to discover the truth. 

In this segment, Matt from ESI Survival Guide talks with two Relativity team members that are leading the Justice for Change effort: Colleen Costello, Head of Social Impact, and Johnathan Hill, Community Engagement Lead.  Johnathan, Colleen and Matt discuss the events of recent years, especially some of the horrific tragedies that served as a catalyst to make 2020 a watershed year in the fight for equality in America.

We go further to explore how Justice For Change and RelativityOne can unlock the potential energy, not just of the global Relativity community, but also of organizations and professionals across numerous industry sectors beyond legal technology to help drive real change.  We discuss the Justice for Change initiative in depth – the vision, the mission, the resources available to applicants and the legal community, how the program works, the process and how YOU can get involved!

Please visit the following for more information and to apply:

Justice for Change program page

Justice for Change Application Form

Contact email for questions: [email protected]


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Written by Matthew Knouff

Matthew F. Knouff, Esq., CIPP/US, CEDS, RCSP, Sr. Solutions Consultant, Legility LLC Matthew has been navigating the ESI and data law wilderness for over fifteen years as an attorney, consultant and academic. He currently serves as a Sr. Solutions Consultant with Legility LLC., an award-winning global provider of eDiscovery and data management services and technology. He is an expert in eDiscovery law and process, global data privacy and the movement of data across borders. In addition to contributing to and holding leadership positions with several organizations dedicated to supporting the legal profession, he has developed numerous CLE programs and assessment tools, and frequently speaks and writes on various topics related to the intersection of data, law and technology. He holds the CIPP/US, CEDS and RCSP certifications, is an avid distance runner, an active board member with Education Through Music, a Tarheel through and through, a life-long musician and an obsessive autodidact. Matthew lives with his son in New York City.

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