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Meghan is Senior Discovery Counsel for Google. After joining Google in 2011, she oversaw the creation of a large scale, innovative internal team that performs analytics, review, and privilege analysis for Google’s legal department. Meghan manages the development and execution of a variety of discovery policies and procedures–including analytic and linear review, privilege analysis, and workflow best practices. She contributes to the analysis of company-wide discovery issues and works to create and implement defensible processes for managing proportional discovery and the reduction of discovery related costs. Prior to joining Google, she was a partner in commercial litigation for Reed Smith LLP. While at Reed Smith, she focused on discovery analysis and technology, commercial litigation, and product liability litigation. Meghan counseled clients on a variety of discovery issues, including litigation readiness, preservation, collection, review, and production of electronic documents. Meghan is a 2002 graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law and a 1999 graduate of UCLA, where she majored in political science, with a specialization in business administration.