Chicago, IL and Orlando, FL (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
Elijah Ltd., an industry leader in electronic discovery and computer forensics, is pleased to announce today its corporate sponsorship agreement with IT-Lex, a 501(c)(3) not-for profit organization committed to bridging the gap between technology and the law. This strategic partnership brings together expertise and thought leadership in the area of electronic discovery and computer forensics. Elijah will support IT-Lex's charitable mission in its role as corporate sponsor, and will donate a percentage of revenues from projects originating from the IT-Lex community of Members, Friends and other supporters.
“Elijah is proud to support IT-Lex’s mission and the energetic efforts of its leadership to promote technology law education,” said Elijah president Andy Reisman. “We see giving back to the legal community as a core aspect of our business, and our sponsorship of IT-Lex fits in well with Elijah’s pro bono and other charitable activities.”
“We’re thrilled about Elijah's support,” said IT-Lex Managing Director and General Counsel Samir Mathur. “Partner financial support is what enables us to accomplish our educational, literary, and scientific mission. Elijah has supported IT-Lex since our inception. We want our Partners to flourish, and are happy that Elijah can further its business objectives in a way that deepens their support and benefits us both.”
About Elijah Ltd.
Founded in 2003, Elijah Ltd. is an industry leader in providing electronic discovery and computer forensic solutions. Elijah was recognized in 2013 as a Top 100+ eDiscovery provider by ComplexDiscovery and has been recognized as among the top twenty companies nationally in eDiscovery processing capacity. Elijah is called upon by many of the largest law firms and Fortune 500 companies to meet their computer forensic and e-discovery needs. For additional information please visit http://www.elijaht.com or call 866-354-5240.
IT-Lex is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit charitable organization dedicated to educational, literary, and scientific advancement in the field of technology law. They provide all kinds of educational and entertaining content, and help link up technology law scholars, educators, seasoned practitioners, young lawyers, law students, paralegals, technologists, and anyone else with an interest in this constantly-evolving area of law. In addition to hosting the annual Innovate conference, they put up two-a-day blog posts on current tech law cases and issues; write and produce informative video clips; sponsor an annual writing contest for qualified law students; and produce a legal journal. For all of the above, please visit http://www.it-lex.org and twitter.com/ITLexOrg.