Amy Bowser-Rollins

Amy Bowser-Rollins is a mentor, instructor, speaker and podcaster who is currently sharing her experiences, best practices, how tos, and insights into a career in litigation support.

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She has a stellar reputation in the litigation support industry amongst her peers and, in the words of her students and mentees, she genuinely cares about helping others. Ms. Bowser has been working in the legal industry since 1983. On the law firm side, she has been a billing administrator, a word processing supervisor, a legal secretary, a legal trainer, an applications specialist and a national litigation support manager. On the service provider side, she has been a managing director, a technology consultant and a director of litigation support services. In between, she has started 3 businesses on her own that have provided services in the legal industry. In Sept 2011, Amy launched a mentoring and eLearning website,, to give back to the litigation support industry and to fill a gap in the education of "A Day in the Life" of a litigation support professional. Over the years, she has helped dozens of people find jobs in litigation support. She has provided 1:1 coaching and mentoring as well as participated in the 4-week hands-on internship program for students in the summer intensive paralegal studies program at Georgetown University. Amy has worked on over 250 electronic discovery cases and has gained extensive experience in the project management of complex litigation cases. She has years of experience with “second requests”, internal investigations, government investigations and productions to the SEC, DOJ, FTC, and USITC. She has provided consulting services and training to corporations and law firms and has been a frequent speaker at legal technology conferences. In addition, she has attended 30(b)(6) depositions as an electronic discovery expert. Amy is currently (1) in litigation support at boutique litigation firm Robbins Russell LLP, (2) an Adjunct Professor in the Paralegal Studies Program at Georgetown University, (3) an Executive Director on the Board of Directors at Women in eDiscovery and (4) a Mentor, Coach and Instructor at Litigation Support Guru.