Sohail Merchant joined Kilpatrick Townsend in 2002 and currently serves as the firm’s Director of Information Technology. He is a member of the senior technology leadership team that is responsible for the firm’s applications and client and practice technology across multiple geographic locations. Sohail’s responsibilities include the management, administration, development, integration, and support for the firm’s technologies, applications, and services.
Sohail has many years of experience in law firm technology along with an in-depth technical background. He is a results driven, business and people oriented technologist with a customer service focus and an innovative approach to (re)aligning business and information technology goals to maximize the firm’s profitability.
Sohail is fluent in Urdu.
University of Illinois M.S. (1988) Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
University of Illinois B.S. (1986) Computer Science and Electrical Engineering
International Legal Technology Association, Member
iManage Document Management System, Advisory Board
Litera/MicroSystems Software Company, Advisory Board
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