Liza M. L. Kirchoffer

Attorney, Data Analytics and Investigations

Liza Kirchoffer is a DA&I attorney in the firm's WilmerHale DiscoverySolutions department, focused on substantive and strategic areas of discovery for Litigation/Controversy matters. She joined the firm in 2006. 
Ms. Kirchoffer focuses her practice on issues of e-discovery. Specifically, she works with other attorneys, litigation support coordinators, and paralegals in order to provide efficient and cost effective discovery in litigations and investigations. Staff attorneys on these teams manage matters to create smarter document review processes through strategic and tactical work from preservation to collection and through review and production. In this role they utilize the firm's internal review software as well as e-discovery vendors' review and analytical tools.

From 2003-2006, Ms. Kirchoffer was a contract attorney for WilmerHale working on numerous corporate and securities cases and white-collar criminal investigations. Previously, she was a litigation specialist with McGuire Woods, LLP.

From 2001-2002, Ms. Kirchoffer served as an administrative programs specialist with the Private Securities Section of the Department of Criminal Justice Services for the Commonwealth of Virginia. There, she drafted summary suspensions, prepared consent orders and other materials for use at administrative hearings, and assisted the deputy section chief and compliance coordinator in reviewing investigative files.


  • Education

    • JD, University of Richmond School of Law, 2002

      John Marshall Scholar
    • BA, English, University of Minnesota, 1998

      magna cum laude
  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia

    • Maryland



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