As a Law Clerk in our Advocacy Group, Debbie McGlynn brings 16 years of experience to Cassels Brock and our clients.
Debbie has a broad experience in supporting large complex cases, with the use of litigation support software. While her specialty is with Summation, she has worked extensively with Concordance, iConnect and Ringtail.
Debbie has a marked interest in eDiscovery and its impact on litigation files. She participates in several groups affiliated with litigation support and eDiscovery issues. In 2009, she received the Torys LLP Fellowship Award after completing, with honours, a course on eDiscovery and Computer Forensics (a Fellowship Course with the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario).
Debbie is a key player in managing document intensive cases. She has a wealth of experience in managing document review teams and the production of documentary evidence. She is also an avid proponent of using litigation support software through all stages of a litigation file.
In addition to supporting complex cases, Debbie offers support in other areas of litigation. She has a wealth of experience in preparing costs, materials and assists lawyers in the preparation of motion materials, enforcement of judgments and all other aspects of litigation files.
Debbie completed a double major in Commerce and Criminology at the University of Toronto. She obtained her Law Clerk Certificate at the Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario, of which she is an Associate Member.
Debbie joins Cassels Brock after 20 years with another major law firm.