Brynmor Bowen is currently with leading risk and compliance software company Intapp, working to help develop and proliferate solutions across the professional services market. Bryn is a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management and Past President of the ARMA Metro NYC chapter. He is also a founding Steering Committee member of the Law Firm Information Governance Symposium, an organization dedicated to providing IG guidance to the legal industry through published white paper guidance.
Bryn is formerly the Director of Information Services at Schulte Roth & Zabel LLP, a New York-based law firm, where he established an information governance (IG) program in addition to overseeing the new business intake (NBI), conflicts/risk, record and information management, research/library services, and knowledge areas. Prior to that, Bryn was Director of Legal Systems and Information Management at Greenberg Traurig LLP, a large US law firm, where he established a global IG and records management program and reengineered the NBI conflicts and risk programs, and at the referenced millennium (2000), was Head of New Business and Conflicts at Clifford Chance, a newly transatlantic and transpacific merged of 3,200 lawyers.
Bryn is widely published across a range of publications and has presented to conferences and groups on a number of interest areas, ranging from fundamental information governance to software design.
You can read more about Bryn and his career journey in his interview for the Governance of Things.
Bryn's articles and webinars:
- Collaboration & IG
- Hindsights and Insights Report – Information governance reflections on 2020 and insights for 2021
- Key learnings from 2020 | Actions and Insights for 2021 panel
- For Governance, Integration Matters