Bree Kelly is a lawyer in the e-Discovery Analysis and Technology (e-DAT) Group and advises clients of all sizes on a variety of information governance and electronic discovery issues.
Bree frequently counsels clients regarding best practices in information governance and litigation readiness, including drafting relevant policies and procedures and providing related training. Bree also counsels clients regarding a broad range of electronic discovery issues, from preservation obligations to production. Since September 2008, Bree has served as the editor and primary author of K&L Gates’ Electronic Discovery Law blog—www.ediscoverylaw.com—and is a frequent writer and speaker on e-discovery and information governance.
Prior to joining K&L Gates, Bree worked for two local Pacific Northwest law firms litigating a variety of issues. While in law school, Bree completed an externship for the Honorable Charles W. Johnson of the Washington State Supreme Court.