Rachel Marmor, CIPP/E, focuses her practice on the assessment of legal obligations and risks throughout the information lifecycle, including retention requirements, privacy, cybersecurity, defensible disposal, and use of electronic data in litigations and investigations. With a background as both an external advisor on privacy and security matters and corporate counsel for a global financial institution, Rachel is uniquely poised to counsel clients on range of legal issues related to data governance and emerging technologies.
As counsel at Barclays, Rachel served as the chief legal advisor to the company on data at all stages in the Electronic Data Reference Model (EDRM), from information governance and e-discovery readiness to preservation of data, collection, and review for legal matters. She was also responsible for the transformation of Barclays’ operational model for utilization of electronic data in litigation matters and investigations by establishing an in-house e-discovery function that achieved significant reduction in cost and litigation risk.
Counsel, eDiscovery and Information Governance, Barclays, New York, N.Y., 2012-2018
Associate, Ropes & Gray LLP, Boston, Mass., and New York, N.Y., 2007-2012
Professional & Community Activities:
International Association of Privacy Professionals, CIPP/E
Electronic Discovery Institute
J.D., Columbia Law School, 2007
B.A., Political Science, Tufts University, 2003, summa cum laude