Jay Leib is a founder and managing member of NexLP, a technology company in Chicago.
Previously he was the Chief Strategy Officer at kCura. Prior to kCura, Jay worked at Ernst & Young assisting in the running of the electronic discovery processing and hosting operations. Leib founded and managed Advocate Solutions, which he sold to DocuLex in 2003. He was the first to shrink wrap Electronic Discovery processing software and the architect of two retail software packages: Discovery Cracker and eLoader Lite. Leib closed the agreement to license eLoader Lite to Summation Legal Technologies that enabled the software to be utilized on thousands of desktops nationwide.
Leib received a master’s degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame and holds a bachelor’s degree from Columbia College.