Meghan Landrum


Meghan is the Director and Head of Discovery for Google, and supports Google’s team of attorneys, project managers, paralegals and operations team members. She leads Google’s discovery efforts worldwide, designing and implementing defensible processes for managing information governance, proportional discovery and the reduction of discovery related costs. Meghan is responsible for developing processes, aligning staff and implementing technologies that drive efficiencies and best practices for Google’s discovery efforts. She sets strategies and priorities and ensures that Google’s discovery team continues to scale with the company’s growth by focusing on discovery policy/case law and operational efficiency. Prior to joining Google, she was a partner in commercial litigation for Reed Smith LLP, where she focused on commercial litigation, product liability litigation and discovery analysis and technology. Meghan is a graduate of UC Berkeley School of Law and a graduate of UCLA, where she majored in political science, with a specialization in business administration and Mario Kart.