Brad Davis, CRM
Bradlee W. Davis is the Director of Records and Information Governance for Jackson Lewis (www.jacksonlewis.com) Davis, formerly the Director of Records and Information Management for Poyner Spruill LLP (www.poynerspruill.com) and the NC Records Coordinator for Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough, LLP, has worked in the RIM profession his entire career specializing in Records Program implementation. He joined Jackson Lewis, a national firm of 746 attorneys in 52 offices, in April of 2013 to develop and implement the firms Records and Information Governance program. From 2006 – 2013 Davis transformed Poyner Spruill’s four North Carolina offices from a dated manual records keeping system to a fully automated life cycle management approach that aids in ensuring compliance standards and safeguards the firms electronic and physical client records. In 2009 Davis was pivotal in making Poyner Spruill one of the first NC firms to introduce Radio Frequency IdentificationTechnology into the office as a time and staff saving method of file location maintenance. Davis was featured in the RFID Journal article titled, “7 Trends Driving RFID Adoption” in April of 2011 and partnered with FileTrail and Motorola for a Webinar titled “Law Firm Information Management – Improving Performance Through Records Management and RFID Tracking” in 2010.
Davis has been a member of ARMA since 2003 and has been heavily involved in The Triangle Chapter since joining in 2003 serving as Secretary for two terms, Treasurer for one term and President from 2007-2011. Davis led the Triangle Chapter to win the coveted Chapter of the Year Award at the 2008 ARMA International Conference in Las Vegas and was also named Chapter Member of the Year for 2007-2008. Bradlee took an International position as Region Coordinator for the Mid-Atlantic Region in 2011. He also serves on the International level of ARMA as a member of the Young Executive Committee.
Davis is a magna cum laude graduate of Winthrop University and has an MBA in Management with honors. In his free time Bradlee is an active philanthropist in the Raleigh area and enjoys coordinating charity and community events. Davis is on the Board of Directors for Haven House Services of North Carolina serving at the Community Events and Fundraising events. He is also a member of a local R&B and Motown band made primarily of members of the legal community called Instruments of Justice (www.reverbnation.com/instrumentsofjustice)