Mr. Boggs has over 16 years of experience working with technology in the legal industry. He oversees all legal applications within the firm. While much of his time is spent supporting the discovery management lifecycle, Mr. Boggs also routinely advises lawyers and clients alike on other value the Practice Support Group can deliver. In 2013, the International Legal Technology Association recognized Mr. Boggs with its Litigation Support Professional of the Year Distinguished Peer Award.
Mr. Boggs confers with lawyers and clients to help develop custom solutions for unique needs. Directing a staff of 12, Mr. Boggs manages resources effectively and efficiently to help lawyers and clients identify and organize critical data and achieve desirable outcomes as quickly as possible. Recently, he has been instrumental in deploying new ethical wall software that provides more stringent protections without encumbering the firm's ability to retrieve critical, client information quickly and efficiently.
As the firm examines its client intake and conflicts platforms, Mr. Boggs is involved in answering practical questions about how proposed changes may affect both users and clients. Additionally, he plays a leading role in ongoing discussions regarding matter budgeting and legal project management tools as Holland & Hart explores ways to improve to give clients even more access to and control over their matters and cases.
Prior to joining Holland & Hart, Mr. Boggs was the Information Systems Director for Hennigan, Bennett & Dorman LLP. While there, he helped its professionals to achieve the best results for their clients through the use of technology. He regularly provided assistance to external clients for extranet and other technology based needs related to litigation. Mr. Boggs oversaw and also provided courtroom automation support and handled several high profile trials while at Hennigan.
Prior to joining Hennigan, Mr. Boggs provided IT support in his various roles at Baker & Hostetler, a 600-attorney law firm. Starting as a Network Administrator, he was promoted to the position of IT manager over three California offices and, after an IT reorganization, assumed the role of National Training Manager.