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Mallory Acheson

Mallory Acheson

Of Counsel

One Nashville Place
150 Fourth Avenue North
Suite 1100
Nashville, TN 37219
mallory.acheson@nelsonmullins.com

Mallory focuses on privacy and security compliance, technology transactions, and the intersection of data and electronic discovery issues.  Mallory helps clients navigate domestic and internal privacy laws, including CCPA/CPRA, GDPR, TCPA, HIPAA, and GLBA. She assists clients in developing and executing compliance programs, privacy policies, data processing agreements, and related regulatory analysis. Mallory further focuses on...

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Mallory focuses on privacy and security compliance, technology transactions, and the intersection of data and electronic discovery issues.  Mallory helps clients navigate domestic and internal privacy laws, including CCPA/CPRA, GDPR, TCPA, HIPAA, and GLBA. She assists clients in developing and executing compliance programs, privacy policies, data processing agreements, and related regulatory analysis. Mallory further focuses on technology transactions, including data license agreements, outsourcing and cloud computing deals, services agreements and procurement transactions. She also focuses on strategy and innovation for the firm’s e-discovery division, Encompass.

Mallory holds a CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager) certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). She was named an AI Visionary of 2022, recognizing early adopters in legal, compliance, and risk who are playing a seminal role in advancing the use of AI.

Mallory was honored as 2020 Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30, is a trustee and contributor of Duke-EDRM projects such as Technology Assisted Review, Artificial Intelligence, Identifying PII & PHI, and FOMO: Documents versus Facts. She holds a certification from Georgetown Law’s E-Discovery Training Academy and is a mentor via American Inn of Courts and Magdalene House Legal Aid Clinic. She holds certifications in a variety of technology platforms such as Relativity & Brainspace. She also is a OneTrust Certified Privacy Professional.

Mallory Acheson

technology transactions, including data license agreements, outsourcing and cloud computing deals, services agreements and procurement transactions. She also focuses on strategy and innovation for the firm’s e-discovery division, Encompass.

Mallory holds a CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager) certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). She was named an AI Visionary of 2022, recognizing early adopters in legal, compliance, and risk who are playing a seminal role in advancing the use of AI.

Mallory was honored as 2020 Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30, is a trustee and contributor of Duke-EDRM projects such as Technology Assisted Review, Artificial Intelligence, Identifying PII & PHI, and FOMO: Documents versus Facts. She holds a certification from Georgetown Law’s E-Discovery Training Academy and is a mentor via American Inn of Courts and Magdalene House Legal Aid Clinic. She holds certifications in a variety of technology platforms such as Relativity & Brainspace. She also is a OneTrust Certified Privacy Professional.

Mallory focuses on privacy and security compliance, technology transactions, and the intersection of data and electronic discovery issues.  Mallory helps clients navigate domestic and internal privacy laws, including CCPA/CPRA, GDPR, TCPA, HIPAA, and GLBA. She assists clients in developing and executing compliance programs, privacy policies, data processing agreements, and related regulatory analysis. Mallory further focuses on... technology transactions, including data license agreements, outsourcing and cloud computing deals, services agreements and procurement transactions. She also focuses on strategy and innovation for the firm’s e-discovery division, Encompass.

Mallory holds a CIPM (Certified Information Privacy Manager) certification from the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP). She was named an AI Visionary of 2022, recognizing early adopters in legal, compliance, and risk who are playing a seminal role in advancing the use of AI.

Mallory was honored as 2020 Nashville’s Top 30 Under 30, is a trustee and contributor of Duke-EDRM projects such as Technology Assisted Review, Artificial Intelligence, Identifying PII & PHI, and FOMO: Documents versus Facts. She holds a certification from Georgetown Law’s E-Discovery Training Academy and is a mentor via American Inn of Courts and Magdalene House Legal Aid Clinic. She holds certifications in a variety of technology platforms such as Relativity & Brainspace. She also is a OneTrust Certified Privacy Professional.

Experience

Following is a selected sampling of matters and is provided for informational purposes only. Past success does not indicate the likelihood of success in any future matter.

Experience

  • Leads data analytics division to aid in litigation strategy, privacy management, information governance, and government and internal investigations
  • Spearheads discovery efforts by utilizing defensible use of data analytics for early case assessment, technology assisted review, data deletion, deposition preparation, in-bound and out-bound production analysis, GDPR/PII, review efficiency and reporting, and analysis of discovery issues related to litigation, investigations, and information governance

Educational Activities

  • Belmont University College of Law
    • Financial Director and Vice President, Pro Bono Pledge Participant, Belmont Legal Aid Society
    • Director, Magdalene House Legal Clinic
    • Treasurer, Women’s Law Student Organization
    • Belmont University College of Law Inn of Courts
    • Peer Mentor, Student Bar Association

Education

  • Belmont University College of Law, JD (2015)
  • University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, BS (2012)

Admissions

  • Tennessee

Practice Areas

  • Hands on Nashville Volunteer
  • American Inn of Courts Mentor
  • Magdalene House volunteer
  • Tennessee Bar Association
  • American Bar Association
  • Women in E-Discovery
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