Eric Fierro bridges the gap between technology and the law. Eric practices in Keller Rohrback’s nationally recognized Complex Litigation Group and oversees the firm’s legal technology group, providing electronic discovery and litigation support to colleagues and clients on a wide array of cases. Whether he is helping to preserve significant amounts of data for institutional clients or walking an individual through the data collection process to increase accuracy and maximize privacy, Eric works closely with clients to understand their needs and provide solutions.
Eric has over 15 years of experience with legal technology. While attending law school in the evening, Eric worked full-time for the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts where he provided technical support for all criminal and civil units, including the healthcare fraud, securities fraud, and other white collar crime units. Eric also worked as a summer law clerk for the computer crime and intellectual property unit at the U.S. Attorney’s Office. Before joining Keller Rohrback, he was a managing consultant for Huron Consulting Group, providing consultative services for complex electronic discovery and document review matters.
When not at work, Eric enjoys spending time with his family, golfing, and rebuilding off-road vehicles in his garage.
Bar and Court Admissions
Arizona State University – B.S., 2002, Justice Studies
New England School of Law – J.D., 2006, Senior Editor, New England Journal of International and Comparative Law
Professional and Civic Involvement
Arizona State Bar Association, Member
Articles & Presentations
Presenter, 2018 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum, Plaintiff Offensive Review Workflows and Tips, September 2018.
Presenter, 2017 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum, Best Practice for Plaintiff Document Collection, September 2017.
Presenter, 2016 Complex Litigation E-Discovery Forum, Negotiating a State of the Art ESI Protocol, September 23, 2016.
Panelist, IPro Innovations for The Sedona Conference, The 2015 Federal Rule Amendments: Has Anything Really Changed? April 2016.
Speaker, Arizona Paralegal Association, Cloud Computing: In your Practice and in Litigation, 2009.
Speaker, National Business Institute, E-Discovery Problem Solving for Paralegals, 2008.