Board of Directors

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Daniel Gold

Daniel Gold is a veteran e-discovery and technology leader with 18 years experience. He is the Managing Director of BDO's Managed Services practice. As a practicing lawyer, Daniel quickly identified that by appropriately harnessing new forms of legal technology, both lawyers and legal professionals could be vastly more productive and effective. This realization led Daniel to the legal service provider space and years of success at consulting with some of the largest corporate law departments and law firms across the country. Gold is currently the President of the Kansas City ACEDS chapter, frequently educates legal professionals through CLEs, and is an avid writer on the advancements in legal technology. Daniel’s passion for managed services has made him a known thought leader in e-discovery.

Jeff Kruse

Vice President
Eric Kelting

Eric Kelting

Membership Director
Eric Kelting is the Co-Founder of Complete Legal, a litigation support company based in Kansas City, MO. Eric started his career in the legal industry in 2004 with the Kansas City Metropolitan Bar Association, then worked in the litigation support industry for 8 years in various roles followed by working for LexisNexis before founding Complete Legal in 2014. In his spare time Eric enjoys spending time with his wife and two sons, coaching baseball and cheering on the Jayhawks, the Royals and the Chiefs.
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Robin Stewart

Director at Large
Robin E. Stewart is the founder and Chair of Kutak Rock's eDiscovery Practice Group and she maintains an active litigation practice where she regularly appears in state and federal courts across the country. The National eDiscovery Leadership Institute (NeLI), one of the leading eDiscovery conferences in the world, is the brainchild of Ms. Stewart, who sought to create a forum for the scholarly discussion and debate of electronic discovery issues and to foster cooperation among the bench and bar. Ms. Stewart is also an active member of the Sedona Conference Working Group 1, which is the leading "think-tank" on eDiscovery matters; and she serves on the ESI Rules Committee for the United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri. Ms. Stewart regularly counsels clients in all aspects of eDiscovery ranging from data retention to collection, use of artificial intelligence for data review, outsourcing options, and early case assessment. 
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Amii Castle

Director at Large
Amii Castle, Professor of Law, Business, and Political Science. After I graduated from KU law school in 1997, I practiced law for twenty years in downtown Kansas City. I represented a wide array of clients at both plaintiff and defense firms, specializing in commercial and class-action litigation. In addition to private law practice, I served as a law clerk to three federal judges. After two decades of law practice, I decided to pursue my dream of teaching. I teach two classes at the law school: Electronic Discovery I and Advanced Electronic Discovery. In my Electronic Discovery classes, I provide law students with the knowledge and expertise they need to become skilled attorneys in the digital age. I also teach Business Law and Constitutional Law to undergraduate students, and Business Law and Ethics to MBA students.

Tessa Jacobs

Director at Large

Lisa Tucker

Director at Large

Luke Kopmeyer

Director at Large