Suzanne Clark

Suzanne Clark

Discovery Counsel, eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc

Suzanne H. Clark directs the Legal Project Management practice of eDiscovery CoCounsel, pllc. Suzanne graduated from the University of Florida College of Law and began her legal career as merits counsel in commercial litigation. She later transitioned to a full-time focus on Electronic Discovery and is a nationally recognized speaker and panelist in eDiscovery education.

Suzanne is a veteran of numerous document review projects, large and small, from a multi-year SEC investigation involving millions of documents in Relativity to her current practice where she concentrates on Plaintiff’s side eDiscovery, assisting merits counsel with evidence management in mass torts litigation as well as small single-event cases for personal injury firms. In furtherance of this concentration, she has earned the Mass-Tort MDL Certificate from the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law.

She is a frequent lecturer at legal Project Management educational events, including the annual University of Florida eDiscovery Conference, as well as numerous others. Further, Suzanne is an Associate Professor at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, where she teaches ESI I: Introduction to E-Discovery and ESI II: Discovery to students earning their degree in Master of Studies of Law, an Online Graduate Program.

Suzanne holds the Certified Electronic Discovery Specialist (CEDS) designation of ACEDS, a certification requiring a rigorous peer-reviewed examination in information technology, Project Management fundamentals, evidence management technology, and discovery jurisprudence. She is also a Relativity Certified User. Suzanne co-founded the regional chapter of ACEDS which was later recognized as national Chapter of the Year for its vibrancy and outreach. She served as president of ACEDS Jacksonville for two years and remains an active member of the board. She also sits on the Global Advisory Council 2020 of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM).

In past service, for two years, Suzanne chaired the Jacksonville Bar Association's Legal Technology Committee. Prior to that, she served for two years on the Board of the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (JWLA). 


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