Kelly Curran is an Evidence Systems Analyst at the New Zealand Commerce Commission, an Independent Crown Entity and New Zealand’s competition, consumer, and regulatory agency. Kelly is one of two Relativity System Administrators at the Commission and manages all electronic and physical evidence for the Commission’s investigations and litigation.
A born and raised Ohioan, Kelly had grand plans after high school of moving to Ireland to attend university and become an astrophysicist. Instead she ended up in New Zealand studying Criminology and Classics at the Victoria University of Wellington. Following graduation, Kelly has spent nearly a decade working in litigation support, having worked for the Ministry of Justice, for the law firm Chapman Tripp, and now for the Commerce Commission. Kelly joined the Commerce Commission in 2016, and the Commission set up its on-prem Relativity instance in mid-2017. There was much rejoicing in the fact that there was a brand new and shiny e-discovery tool to use and mold to fit the Commission’s needs. Kelly is one of only six RCAs in New Zealand, has recently become a Relativity Expert, and has the lofty goal of becoming a Relativity Master by the end of 2020. When not working, Kelly can be found annoying her three cats (Nutmeg, Cinnamon, and Wookie), playing the oboe, flute, and piccolo (not all at the same time), or hiding yet another paperback book or Macy’s purchase from her fiancé (sorry, Rick!).
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