ALSP to Exhibit at Litigation Support Industry Career Fair in San Francisco and Computer Forensics Show announce ALSP will exhibit at the eDiscovery Career taking place at the Bently Reserve Center in San Francisco October 18-19, 2011
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Sept. 6, 2011 - PRLog -- Fort Lauderdale, FL — The Computer Forensic Show (CFS) and (LSC) are pleased to announce The Association of Litigation Support Professionals (ALSP) is to exhibit at Legal Careers on Demand: A Career Fair at the Bentley Reserve in San Francisco October 18-19, 2011.

In the annual survey conducted by Litigation Support Today, the ALSP was ranked as the most identified with association among litigation support professionals with a growth from 18% to 45.5% over the calendar year from 2010 to 2011.  “As the industry’s leading organization among litigation support professionals, the ALSP is happy to exhibit at the career fair in an effort to educate litigation support industry professionals about the benefits of membership, including professional development opportunities and education.   We are pleased to again support the work of LitigationSupportCareers and encourage our members to support LSC.”  Robin Thompson, National President, ALSP.  

This interactive Career Fair will create a forum for employers to meet job seekers via pre- scheduled appointments in private meeting rooms at the show.  Companies registered for the career fair will receive unlimited jobs postings to advertise all their current openings on and job seekers will be able to apply directly to the hiring managers and recruiters to set up meetings at the show.  

Registered employers will receive a list of all pre-registered candidates two weeks prior to the show, as well as an updated list of newly registered job seekers registering each day in October leading up to the event.  

Employers Will Include:  
Prominent Law Firms, Corporate Legal Departments, Government Agencies,
Electronic Discovery and Computer Forensics Companies.

Attendees Will Include:
Attorneys: litigation associates, corporate and M&A associates, health care regulatory attorneys, contracts/procurement attorneys, in-house associates, document review attorneys, patent/trademark attorneys, labor and employment litigators, and environmental associates. Paralegals: commercial litigation paralegals, trial preparation paralegals, corporate paralegals, contract administrators, patent/trademark paralegals, commercial real estate paralegals, corporate immigration paralegals and research paralegals. Recent College Grads: entry-level paralegals, file clerks, administrative personnel with experience in Excel and PowerPoint, and data entry staff.

Those job seekers interested in attending must register by visiting to register for this event.  There is no cost to job seekers to register for this event.

ABOUT ALSP:  The ALSP is the most identified with association among litigation support professionals according to an independent survey conducted by Litigation Support Today and is the only organization that comprises the full range of the litigation support industry.  ALSP strives to develop a coalition of cross-functional litigation support team members capable of supporting globally accepted standards, mentoring and community-building across all sectors in the field.   Please visit us at  For more information or contact

ABOUT LSC:  LSC (LitigationSupportCareers Inc.) is an employment resource center for job-seekers and employers in the litigation support industry.  Since 2008, LSC has been the premier eDiscovery job board used by professionals in the U.S. and throughout the world. LSC also maintains the industry’s largest specialty resume database and provides industry information to members of its online community. For more information, please visit

ABOUT THE COMPUTER FORENSICS SHOW: For some companies, it is not a question of IF one of their computers will be used as evidence in a legal matter; it is a question of WHEN.  By most estimates, 90% of legal evidence resides in computer systems, rather than on paper. Cases involving corporate trade secrets, personal and commercial disputes, employee discrimination, misdemeanor and felony crimes and personal injury can be won or lost solely with the introduction of recovered e-mail messages and other electronic files and records.  CFS hosts conferences each year in New York and San Francisco in an effort to highlight issues relating to electronic evidence.

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Source:David A. Netzer
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