Ciara Cooke

head of consulting

Ciara Cooke Head of Consulting eDiscovery Collab

T: 07 3210 1810
M: 0404 452 811

A highly experienced eDiscovery senior consultant and qualified lawyer, Ciara’s comprehensive understanding of the litigation process enables her to effectively work with legal teams to find technical solutions for issues relating to the document management and review process. 

“I get better than first class service from eDiscovery Collab. They are excellent at giving expert advice, hugely responsive and very quick to turn work around. Having eDiscovery Collab do my eDiscovery takes a load of complication off my plate so I can focus on what I need to do.”  

Partner, Mills Oakley

With exceptional project management skills, Ciara leads eDiscovery Collab’s consultant team and handles all stages of eDiscovery from the identification and collection of data through to preparation for Trial.

She works with legal and IT teams to map strategies, increase efficiencies and reduce costs at all stages of the litigation life cycle.


Ciara is an expert in using the full functionality of various litigation databases, including Nuix Discover (Ringtail), RelativityOne, Everchron and other eDiscovery support software.

Ciara has a Bachelor of Laws and Business from Queensland University of Technology .

Prior to joining eDiscovery Collab, Ciara worked with another large eDiscovery services provider.

Ciara’s Top Three Tips for eDiscovery Clients

  1. Engaging an eDiscovery provider as early on in the piece as possible so that they can assist you to make sound decisions impacting time, cost and overall efficiency for the life of the matter.
  2. If you think there is a faster way of doing a task, there probably is. Discuss your document management processes with your eDiscovery provider to reach the most efficient outcome.
  3. Keep your litigation database as reflective and organised as your every day processes. This means that your database should be able to help you quickly identify documents you have collected, referred to and intend to rely on with the click of a button.