Alex Khoury Named Adjunct Professor at The University of Alabama School of Law
Alex Khoury, partner in the firm’s Birmingham office and chair of the Electronic Discovery and Data Management Practice, has been named an adjunct professor at The University of Alabama Hugh F. Culverhouse Jr. School of Law. Alex will serve as the instructor for the law school’s e-discovery course, which will focus on the effective, efficient, and ethical use of electronic data in legal practice.
Alex is an active member of the Sedona Conference’s Working Group 1 on Electronic Document Retention and Production and has in-depth experience managing complex, high-volume discovery projects and digital investigations for clients across all sectors. Alex serves as e-discovery counsel for one of the nation’s largest state legislatures and advises law firms, corporations, and small businesses on all phases of electronic data management. He has successfully guided clients through burdensome and often contentious discovery litigation and has helped clients create document retention programs, litigation hold policies and protocols, and ESI discovery plans to reduce the uncertainty, costs, and risks of discovery in future litigation.
Alex previously served as an adjunct professor of e-Discovery at Mercer University’s Walter F. George School of Law and is a frequent lecturer and writer on electronic discovery and data management topics. He has authored Mercer Law Review’s Eleventh Circuit Survey of E-Discovery Law since 2015. Alex is certified by the Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists.