Beasley Allen Law Firm, Montgomery, AL
Of Counsel

Suzanne Clark

Montgomery, AL

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Suzanne Clark

About Suzanne

Suzanne Clark joined Beasley Allen in 2021 and works in the Mass Torts Section. In her role, she assists with the discovery of electronically stored information.

Suzanne considers herself a child of the southeast. She was born in Charlotte, North Carolina and grew up in Jacksonville, Florida. She now lives in Florida with her two teenage sons, their golden retriever, Dallas, and two cats, Cocoa and Keowee. 

Away from the office, Suzanne enjoys being involved with her church, her kids’ sports (football, lacrosse, and weightlifting), and watching SEC football (Go Gators!).


Suzanne earned a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration in Finance from the University of Florida Warrington College of Business. During her undergraduate studies, she was a member of the Delta Sigma Pi, co-ed Business Fraternity and University of Florida Lady Gator Water Polo Team. She also graduated from the University of Florida Fredric G. Levin College of Law. While in law school, Suzanne was the articles editor of the Florida Journal of Technology Law and Policy, participated in the International Environmental Moot Court Competition, and studied abroad at Universidad de Costa Rica. She took Spanish classes and enjoyed the language immersion while living with a host family. Suzanne earned a Pro Bono Certificate after serving as guardian ad litem and as a member of Gator Teamchild during law school.

  • Florida (2002)
  • U.S. District Court, Middle District of Florida (2016)
  • U.S. District Court, Southern District of Florida (2004)
  • University of Florida Frederic G. Levin College of Law (J.D., 2002)
  • Pro Bono Certificate (2002)
  • University of Florida Warrington College of Business (B.S.B.A., with honors, 1999)
  • University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology (Study abroad, Manchester, England)
  • Universidad de Costa Rica (Study abroad, San Jose, Costa Rica)
2002 – Current


Representing clients in courtrooms around the U.S. including state and federal courts.

After graduating from law school in 2002, Suzanne practiced commercial litigation. In 2013, she entered the field of eDiscovery. Since 2017, Suzanne has focused her eDiscovery legal practice on the plaintiffs’ side, serving as Discovery co-counsel assisting merits counsel with discovery advocacy and evidence management in mass torts litigation. She has also taught eDiscovery at Samford University, Cumberland School of Law, through the fully online Master of Studies in Law program.


  • ACEDS Jacksonville (Director-at-Large)
  • Creeks Youth Lacrosse (Board Member)
  • EDRM (Advisory Council Member)
  • Florida Bar (Business Law Section, Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence Committee)
  • Jacksonville Justice Association
  • Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association (Past Board Member)
  • Member, Jacksonville Bar Association (Past Chair of Legal Technology Committee)

Awards & Recognitions

Professional Accomplishments

Suzanne is a member of the Florida Bar. She finds it rewarding to volunteer professionally in the eDiscovery industry. For several years, she has served on The Planning Committee for the annual University of Florida, Levin College of Law, E-Discovery Conference. She is a member of the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS). She serves as the director-at-large for ACEDS Jacksonville and previously as president and vice president of the chapter. 

She is also a member of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) Advisory Council, the Jacksonville Justice Association, and the Jacksonville Bar Association. She is a former chair of the JBA Legal Technology Committee. 

Additionally, she is a member of the Jacksonville Women Lawyers Association, where she previously served as a board member, The Sedona Conference Working Group 1, and the Complex Litigation e-Discovery Forum.


Suzanne is a seasoned presenter who regularly speaks at eDiscovery and legal technology-related conferences, seminars, and webinars nationwide. In the past, she has participated in various panels, such as the 2023 UF Law E-Discovery Conference, where she spoke about “Facing Preservation Dilemmas Head On – Tackling Complexities of Workplace Collaboration Tools,” and the 2022 UF Conference on “How to Master Proportionality: Real-World Paths through the Discovery Jungle.” 

Suzanne also spoke about eDiscovery at the ALAJ Virtual Midwinter Conference in 2021. She was part of the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Legal Technology Committee CLE as a panelist on “Ethics in E-Discovery.” In 2019, she was a panelist on “Leveraging Search During Review” at the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, E-Discovery Conference, and at LegalWeek New York, she participated in the “Emerging Technology Session: Modernizing Legal Practices (Automation, Analytics, and Artificial Intelligence).” 

She has also contributed to the E-Discovery Institute Judges’ Guide to Discovery, 4th Edition, as a co-author for a chapter on “Discovery About Discovery,” which will soon be published.

Awards and Recognitions

Suzanne was accredited as a Certified eDiscovery Specialist in 2014 and a Relativity Review Management Specialist from 2019-2022. In 2019, she received her Mass Tort MDL Certificate from the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke University School of Law. In 2015, she was selected as the ACEDS Outstanding Local Leader.

  • Certified eDiscovery Specialist (2014)
  • ACEDS Outstanding Local Leader (2015)
  • Mass Torts MDL Certificate (2019)
  • Relativity Review Management Specialist (2019)

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