Professional Presentations


I am available for professional speaking engagements on a range of topics. I have participated as a keynote, individual speaker, moderator, panelist, instructor, and lecturer at conferences, events, training sessions, schools, podcasts, and webinars. Read below for a list of past presentations. Please contact me for more information.


Reviews of my keynote presentations:

“Laura spoke for an hour, and made one great observation after another.”
-- Cary Calderone, Data Rules and E-Discovery Law Blog - August 2011

“Listening to Laura speak, it became clear to me that Laura’s story isn’t about the history of eDiscovery and sampling and key word searches. It is about giving women a voice and speaking up for those who are not or cannot be heard. It is the story of a human who had some victories, made some mistakes, learned from them, and persevered. This is a story about truth, courage and justice. Thousands of women try to speak up about injustices every day. Laura made herself heard.”
-- Nikki MacCallum, The Person Behind the Plaintiff - March 2013

Speaking Engagements


Information Governance: The Big Data Challenge. Keynote Speaker. How Evolving Big Data Can Enable Information Governance Opportunities. UBIC Signature Seminar Series New York October 2014

Information Convergence: Transforming Data into Healthcare Intelligence Keynote Presentation American Healthcare Information Management Association (AHIMA) CDI Summit Washington D.C. August 2014

State of the E-Discovery Software & Service Market. Panelist. LegalTech New York Jan. 2013

U.S. Department of Justice Advanced Joint Civil E-Discovery Training for Civil E-Discovery Coordinators (EDOCS) and EDOC Techs. Instructor. Addressed divisions of the U.S. Department of Justice about e-discovery and information management. Other instructors and attendees from the DOJ included: Branch Chiefs, Deputy Chiefs, Assistant U.S. Attorneys, Trial Attorneys, Sr. Litigation Counsel for e-Discovery, Deputy Directors, Information Technology Specialists, and Paralegal Specialists from the Civil Division, Antitrust Division, Environmental Enforcement Section, Dept. of Agriculture, Civil Rights Division, Torts Branch, Civil Trial Section, Offices of Legal Education and Litigation Support. National Advocacy Center, Columbia, SC. Dec. 2012.

Managing the Costs of Litigation Through Effective eDiscovery Business Processes. Panelist. Thomson Reuters eDiscovery and Legal Technology in Practice Conference New York, Nov. 2012

Information Convergence: Creating Synergy between Compliance, Discovery, and Security. Moderator and Panelist. Master’s Conference for Legal Professionals. Washington D.C. Oct. 2012.

The Executive Counsel Institute: E-Discovery for the Corporate Market Conferences "The Exchange." Moderator. New York City. July 2012

The Zubulake Opinions: My Search for Electronic Evidence. Keynote Speaker. Access Data Users Conference- Cyber Security, Computer Forensics, Legal. 2012. Las Vegas. May 2012

The e-Volution of e-Discovery. Preservation and Compliance: Zubulake and Beyond. Opening Keynote Speaker. Carmel Valley e-Discovery Retreat. July 2011.

Controlling the Cost of eDiscovery - Preparation, Organization, Preservation. Closing Keynote Speaker. Boston eDiscovery Summit. Dec. 2010

"Zubulake I-V: How I Did It. A Conversation With Laura Zubulake" Featured Speaker. Webinar with the Organization of Legal Professionals. Sept. 2010

Managing the Costs of E-Discovery in the Current Economic Climate: Proactive Records Management. Speaker. The Women’s Bar Association of the District of Columbia. Washington D.C. June 2009

E-discovery & Information Governance Current Practices and Future Trends. Keynote Speaker. Women in E-discovery Sponsored by KPMG New York, NY May 2009

Repurposing e-Discovery Tools and Processes to Comply With Increased Regulatory Demands for Monitoring and Reporting Panelist. E-Discovery for Financial Services. IQPC New York, NY Feb. 2009

Trends of the Financial Banking Services Sector Panelist. Master’s Conference Washington D.C. Oct. 2008

Implications from a Corporate Viewpoint Since FRCP Amendments Panelist. Master’s Conference Washington D.C. Oct. 2008

The Positive Impact Effective Records and Information Management Can have on E-Discovery Panelist. Master’s Conference Washington D.C. Oct. 2008

Enterprise Security and E-Discovery - A Global Holistic Approach. Featured Speaker. Women’s Bar Association District of Columbia. Washington D.C. Sept. 2007.

Zubulake, the Federal Rules, Ethics and Beyond: Perspectives for Corporate Counsel. Keynote Speaker. Fios Inc. and the Association of Corporate Counsel Greater New York Chapter. Oct. 2006.

2nd E-Discovery – Real World Solutions and Practical Strategies in a Changing Environment. Speaker. IQPC. New York, NY. Sept. 2006

Electronic Evidence Thought Leadership Series Judicial Reflections & Inside Perspectives: How Zubulake I-V changed the practice of law. Laura Zubulake Illustrates Foundation of E-Discovery Trial Strategy at Kroll Ontrack Thought Leadership Event; Renowned Plaintiff and Ret. Judge John Carroll Explore How Landmark E-Discovery Opinions, Zubulake I-V, Have Shaped Civil Litigation. New York March 2006.

E-Discovery - Real World Solutions and Practical Strategies In a Complex and Challenging Environment. Special Participation Speaker. IQPC Miami, FL. Feb. 2006.

Interviews and Podcasts



Guest Lecturer


University of Kansas School of Law Zubulake's e-Discovery: A DiscussionFebruary 2017

University of Kansas School of Law Zubulake's e-Discovery: A Discussion September 2016

Seton Hall University School of Law. Zubulake's e-Discovery: A Discussion April 2016

Seton Hall University School of Law. Zubulake's e-Discovery: A Discussion April 2015

Seton Hall University School of Law. Zubulake's e-Discovery: A Discussion April 2013

Seton Hall University School of Law. E-discovery: Setting Precedent Law. April 2012

New York University Business School A Wall Street Career in Context of Regulations. Dec. 2011

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law E-Discovery and Information Governance. Nov. 2011

Seton Hall University School of Law E-discovery: Setting Precedent Law. April 2011

Fordham University Law School. E-discovery and the Impact of Information. May 2010

Seton Hall University School of Law E-discovery: Setting Precedent Law. April 2010

New York Law School E-discovery Challenges in Today’s Corporations. Nov. 2009

SUNY at Buffalo Law School The Zubulake Opinions- E-discovery Defined. Nov.2009