Michelle Six is a partner in Kirkland's New York office, where she focuses exclusively on electronic discovery law, concentrating on creating, monitoring, and implementing best practices and strategies for e-discovery. She works collaboratively with clients in the U.S. and Europe on the development and implementation of strategic and cost-effective discovery solutions for their litigation needs, offering efficient approaches to leveraging document review technology and staffing options for document review projects, technology selections, forensic collections, cross-border discovery, search methodology, and computer assisted review.
As Vice-Chair of the Firmwide Electronic Discovery Committee, she leads the Firm’s eDiscovery efforts and counsels clients on litigation readiness, developing eDiscovery strategy, and data privacy considerations and compliance. She frequently speaks at conferences and CLE programs on issues and solutions related to electronic discovery. Michelle was recognized in The Legal 500 US 2019 guide for Dispute Resolution: E-Discovery.
Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law J.D. 2003; American Conservatory Theater M.F.A., 1998; Tufts University B.A., Sociology 1995