Innovation Awards

The Relativity Innovation Awards is an annual competition celebrating organizations that use the Relativity platform in creative ways—solving difficult or unique challenges within and outside of e-discovery. For the chance to get your application or integration noticed, submit your innovation by September 8.

The Awards

Each innovation is evaluated on its time and cost savings, comprehensive use of the Relativity platform, uniqueness, and how seamlessly it’s integrated into Relativity workflows and user experience.

During Relativity Fest, we'll showcase the finalists' and winners' solutions in three categories, including Best Law Firm or Corporate Solution, Best Service Provider Solution, and Community Choice Solution.

To get inspired for your 2017 submission, check out the 2016 Innovation Awards recap.

2017 Guest Judges

New to this year's awards, three external judges will join Andrew Sieja, kCura's founder and CEO, and Perry Marchant, kCura's VP of Engineering, to offer their unique perspectives during the deliberation process, including:

Zach Abramowitz

Co-Founder of ReplyAll, Columnist for Above the Law, and TechCrunch Contributor

Prior to founding ReplyAll, Zach worked at Schulte Roth and Zabel, LLP and is a graduate of New York University School of Law. Before starting a legal career, Zach was a radio show producer for ESPN and a professional stand-up comedian.

Sean Doherty

Analyst for Governance, Compliance, and e-Discovery at 451 Research

Sean is an analyst for the Workforce Productivity & Compliance Channel at 451 Research, directing its business and technology coverage of information governance, compliance and electronic discovery, and anti-fraud software and services.

Kelly Twigger

CEO of eDiscovery Assistant

Kelly is an attorney focused on e-discovery and information law. Prior to founding ESI Attorneys in 2009, she was a partner at Quarles & Brady LLP, an Am Law 200 firm, managing litigation that ranged from breach of contract cases to $100 million bet-the-company class actions and multi-district anti-trust matters.