Kate Clark

chief executive officer

T: 07 3210 1810
M: 0400 226 861
E: kate.clark@ediscoverycollab.au

Not many people can say they were there when eDiscovery began in Australia, but Kate can.

She has seen pretty much every eDiscovery scenario and is tenacious about finding solutions and workarounds that best suit her clients.

Kate knows that a comprehensive and well-planned eDiscovery strategy improves litigation outcomes, manages costs and reduces stress.

Her knowledge of legal processes and procedures, and technical discovery issues, is unrivalled.

If you want a senior eDiscovery expert on your team who has more than 30 years’ experience and puts her clients at the centre of everything she does, call Kate.

Kate established Enhanced Litigation Management Solutions (now eDiscovery Collab) in 2017 after holding senior management roles in both law firms and eDiscovery providers. She has managed team of lawyers, paralegals and eDiscovery providers on many projects to maximise the value of the services.

Her project management skills are second to none and she has an unrelenting focus on quality and getting the best out of the right technology to minimise the time and cost of document management and legal review.

“I highly recommend Kate and the team at ELMS. They are incredibly responsive and helpful. Whenever we need the system to do something, they work out a way and find a solution. The team is also very patient with our questions, and respond with lightning speed, making sure we can get on with our job.” 


Kate builds innovative and commercial solutions for her clients comprising:

  • A user-focused approach
  • A secure data storage structure
  • An effective pricing model
  • A relentless focus on quality and improvements
  • A culture of helpfulness.


Kate worked with large and mid-tier law firms including Mallesons Stephen Jacques (now King & Wood Mallesons), HopgoodGanim and Schweikert Harris in legal technology roles.

She held senior management roles with eDiscovery providers including CCH, CDS and Law Image in senior management positions.



  • Queensland Law Society Innovation Committee – Committee Member
  • Law Council of Australia – Committee Member of the Legal Technology Committee, Federal Litigation and Dispute Resolution Section
  • Women of Australian Legal Technology Association – Member
  • Centre for Legal Innovation Legalpreneurs Lab – Geeky Guru


  • 2022 Australasian Lawyer Service Provider of the Year
  • 2022 Finalist Australian Legal Technology Association Finalist Small But Mighty
  • 2021 Finalist Executive of the Year, Women in Law Awards
  • 2021 APAC Nuix Discover Legal Provider of the Year
  • 2020 ANZ Nuix Discover Partner of the Year.

Kate’s Top Three Tips for eDiscovery Clients

  1. eDiscovery should make your life easier – if it isn’t, talk to us early so we can help you simplify what you are doing.
  2. You should never have to chase your eDiscovery provider – they should be proactive and reduce your management time.
  3. Your eDiscovery provider should be able to show you tips and tricks to make your day to day document management task faster and more efficient, if you are doing a task that is boring and taking a long time, there is more than likely a faster way, your eDiscovery provider may hold the answer!