Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case
“One of the best CLE events I have attended in a long time!”
“It was great that I received this level of content without traveling.”
“The knowledge level of the speakers and audience was exceptional. The interactive format facilitated learning.”
“I thought the choice of panelists, the format and the topics were excellent.”
The University of Florida Levin College of Law and EDRM are pleased to announce that the conference’s entire recording is available for streaming online for $99. The conference features hands-on demonstrations from nationally recognized experts. Online attendees may be eligible for 11.5 CLE credits.
The Conference focused on solutions to the difficulties, issues, and decisions that attorneys face in competently and cost-effectively handling e-discovery in small and medium cases. The Conference featured demonstrations of a new generation of right-sized e-discovery software and tools for each phase of the e-discovery process. Click here to view information about the distinguished roster of national experts who spoke at the Conference.
If you are practitioner lost or struggling with any aspect of e-discovery and want to understand the impact of state and federal e-discovery rules on your litigation practice and want to meet you ABA mandated ethical requirements for e-discovery competence, this is the Conference for you. If you are a student interested in learning about really doing e-discovery, this Conference is perfect for you. Learn from the experts who are facing your problems on a daily basis. This Conference is packed with with hands on tools and demonstrations by nationally recognized e-discovery experts.
This Conference is underwritten by the International Center for Automated Research (ICAIR) at the University of Florida Levin College of Law as part of its public mission and is offered at a startlingly low price.
- $99 for the entire conference recording streamed to you
- Free streamed recording for full-time law students.
- Free streamed recording for full-time UF faculty and staff.
Conference Steering Committee
- The Honorable Ralph Artigliere (Retired Florida Judge), co-author (with William Hamilton) of LexisNexis Practice Guide Florida e-Discovery and Evidence.
The Honorable Ralph Artigliere
- William F. Hamilton, Quarles & Brady LLP, Adjunct Professor of E-Discovery at the Levin College of Law at the University of Florida, Director of the UF Law E-Discovery Project, and Dean of Bryan University E-Discovery Project Management Department.
William F. Hamilton
- United States Magistrate Judge Gary R. Jones
Judge Gary R. Jones
- Browning Marean, DLA Piper LLP, co-author Electronic Discovery and Records Management Guide: Rule, Checklists and Forms.
- Tom O'Connor, Director, Gulf Coast Legal Technology Center and co-author of E-Discovery for Small Cases
- George Socha, Co-Founder EDRM