E-Discovery Events and News
The UF Law E-Discovery Project’s Fall 2018 E-Discovery Distinguished Speaker is Professor Emeritus Jay Grenig of Marquette University. Professor Grenig will be speaking on “ARD Meets ESI” and the impact of electronically stored information on the arbitral and mediation processes. Professor Grenig’s presentation will be a livestream broadcast (and also streamed on the UF Law […]
Legal Skills Professor William Hamilton will be presenting at the Southwest Florida Federal Court Bar Association’s program “E-Discovery Decoded: A Practical Workshop.” Hamilton will join U.S. Magistrate Judges Mac McCoy and Amanda Sansone, with attorneys Woody Pollock and Carlos Baradat on August 22nd in Ft. Myers, Florida. View the program’s introductory PowerPoint here.
Rub shoulders with e-discovery’s best practitioners during the 5th Annual E-Discovery Conference. Mark your calendar and reserve the data for this year’s event, which will be held March 30 on the law school campus. The event will also be streamed live. For more information on the conference and to register visit the Annual Electronic Discovery Conference website.
As a prelude to the its 5th Annual E-Discovery Conference, the University of Florida Levin College of Law is sponsoring its first E-Discovery CareerFest on March 29 from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in Holland 180 and the courtyard. Read more about CareerFest here.
UF Law E-Discovery Project Director Bill Hamilton and Advanced Discovery Senior E-Discovery Consultant Tom O’Connor teamed up on March 8 for a webinar discussion on computer basics for lawyers. The program gave lawyers an overview of basic network and computer operations. Click here to read more about this webinar.