Litigation Support Guru Becomes a Professor

Litigation Support Mentor Amy Bowser-Rollins joins adjunct faculty at Georgetown University

Online PR News – 23-January-2012 – – Seasoned Litigation Support Guru, Amy Bowser-Rollins, has joined the Georgetown University Paralegal Studies Program as an adjunct faculty member teaching Legal Technology starting this Spring 2012 semester. The Georgetown University Paralegal Studies Program is part of the Center for Continuing and Professional Education in the School of Continuing Studies.

Amy Bowser-Rollins has been working in the legal industry for 30 years spanning a number of roles including Legal Secretary, Word Processing Supervisor, Legal Trainer, Applications Specialist, and Litigation Support Manager. She is very well versed in the technology within a law firm environment, both the firm wide applications as well as the practice specific applications.

"I am very appreciative to Kelly Holdcraft, the Director of the Paralegal Studies Program, for the opportunity to teach at Georgetown. I am excited about mentoring the students in this next step of their career path", said Amy Bowser-Rollins.

“Georgetown Paralegal is thrilled to have such an experienced and dedicated litigation support professional as Amy Bowser-Rollins teaching in our program! Professor B is able to give our students extensive applied knowledge in legal technology, and significant mentoring advice for their present and future careers as paralegals and litigation support professionals,” said Kelly S. Holdcraft, director of the Georgetown University Paralegal Studies Program.

In September 2011, Ms. Bowser-Rollins launched a mentoring website called Litigation Support Guru to mentor individuals that have a desire to enter a career in the litigation support industry. See her article entitled Welcome to My World. Amy is a mentor at heart and enjoys encouraging others to see what they are capable of accomplishing in their own career.

Amy had the pleasure of participating in a mentoring panel at Georgetown University in November 2011 as part of their Litigation Technology/Legal Project Management certificate program and Georgetown Paralegal track. The Certificate and track are geared toward educating individuals who want to enter into Litigation Support. See Amy’s article entitled Mentoring Students at Georgetown University.

About Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies and Center for Continuing and Professional Education

The Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies offers master’s programs, professional certificates, and a bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degree in Liberal Studies. These programs offer an applied learning experience enabling professional and personal advancement. Improve yourself and positively impact the world, all while creating a network of valuable relationships. For more information, please visit the SCS website, Twitter, and Facebook.

The Georgetown University Center for Continuing and Professional Education (CCPE) empowers individuals and organizations seeking to make positive and lasting impacts through professional education. Georgetown’s traditions in academic rigor and ethical leadership are combined with instruction from leaders in industry, government and academia to enhance all aspects of professional development. Advance your career or explore new opportunities with a certificate from CCPE or achieve your professional or personal goals with focused individual courses.

For information about the Georgetown University School of Continuing Studies Center for Continuing and Professional Education certificate programs, contact CCPE at 202-687-7000 or e-mail

About Litigation Support Guru

eLearning site that provides insight into the day-to-day activities of a Litigation Support professional. Amy Bowser-Rollins has trained team members that were law school students, IT professionals, trainers, attorneys, paralegals, programmers and so on.

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