Deborah Rummelhart is an attorney who specializes in teaching legal and internet research, legal analysis, and legal writing to paralegals, law students, practicing lawyers, and other legal professionals. Ms. Rummelhart is a matchmaker between non-technical legal professionals and digital solutions, and specializes in developing and implementing entertaining in-person and e-learning training programs that enable people to learn quickly and immediately apply what they learn.
After graduating from law school, Ms. Rummelhart spent three years practicing corporate law, probate litigation, and estate planning. She then became the Director of the Legal Research and Writing Program at Whittier Law School, where she developed an interest in the advantages and limitations of electronic legal research. Ms. Rummelhart was subsequently recruited by LexisNexis, where she spent over 10 years training attorneys, paralegals, and legal secretaries on various legal applications. While at LexisNexis, Ms. Rummelhart developed specialized search strategies to gather comprehensive information on expert witnesses and judges from a variety of databases. These search strategies were subsequently incorporated into the then new LexisNexis products Expert Witness Analyzer and Judge Analyzer.
Ms. Rummelhart has a B.A. in Economics from UCLA and a J.D. from Harvard Law School.