Ethan Fuld is a licensed attorney and E-Discovery consultant and project manager with an e-discovery consulting company in Denver, Colorado. I received my Law Degree from the University of Denver, Masters Degree in Administration from the University of Colorado, and a Bachelors in English and Political Science from Willamette University (go Bearcats!).
Prior to discovering my passion for combining technology, law, and management, I assisted in the management of the discovery and document review process at a Fortune 500 company; worked to integrate and analyze new technologies in the transportation industry; worked for a regional governmental council in variety of management capacities; researched and developed transportation policy for a legislative trade association; and, was a manager for a large retailer.
Raised in Anchorage, Alaska I have been working my way South and East every since. I currently live in Denver, Colorado with an awesome dog rescued from the pound and two cats – one mean and one happy. When not working, I love trail running, cyclocross racing, and generally spending time outdoors.
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