UF Law E-Discovery Project Executive Director William Hamilton heads to Orlando, Florida on Thursday and Friday, May 30 and 31st, to join all day sessions focusing on all aspects of social media and the courts in this age of the digital citizen.
The E-Discovery Project went to the ABA Business Law Section this April 13th where Professor Hamilton joined a distinguished panel of judicial officials and ABA stars to speak on “Effective Mediation of E-Discovery in a Post-M & Acquisition and Distressed Company Disputes.” You can view the presentation slide deck here.
Time: 9:00 a.m.
Location: Faculty Lounge
More information and registration can be found here.
The Law School E-Discovery Core Curriculum Consortium is composed of law professors teaching electronic discovery courses at their respective law schools.
The Consortium’s mission is to advance the teaching of electronic discovery to law students by developing pedagogic tools and methods including lecture content, exercises, hands-on e-discovery software activities, and formative assessments. The Consortium’s goals include the development of a model curriculum that articulates core learning objectives and methods for an initial law school e-discovery course. The Consortium meets regularly to advance its goals.
On March 30, 2018, the Consortium will hold an in person workshop focusing on curriculum development at the University of Florida Levin College of Law from 9:00 AM to noon. The Consortium’s meeting is open to all person interested in advancing law school e-discovery pedagogy.
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: UF Law Campus, HOL 180
View the conference website here.
The University of Florida E-Discovery Conference moves into its 6th electrifying year. Our focus this year is effectively managing the everyday case. E-discovery and data analytics loom large in all cases as the data explosion expands from office documents to smartphones and cloud storage for everyone. The average smartphone –your portable computer — contains hundreds of gigabytes of rich and novel data and information there for the taking. E-Discovery in this decade is no longer your grandfather’s e-discovery. However, these exciting new e-discovery tools, new offerings and new challenges and opportunities are accompanied by increasing demands for e-discovery competence by judicial officials.
Time: 3:00 p.m.
Location: UF Law Courtyard
As a prelude to the 6th Annual E-Discovery Conference, the University of Florida Levin College of Law is again sponsoring E-Discovery CareerFest. Our second annual CareerFest responds to the growing interest of law students in exploring career paths that involve electronic discovery and data analytic skills.
View more information about CareerFest 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.
The 2016 Conference focused on “Curing Your Data Demons with Simple and Handy Analytical Tools” featured our faculty of national experts and, as always, live software demonstrations that will elevate legal practice. Craig Ball kicked off the conference speaking on the nine basic e-discovery skills every attorney must have. The conference also featured a judicial […]
The 3rd Annual Electronic Discovery Conference was a huge success with nearly 500 engaged on campus and online registrants and 20 national experts! The Conference focused its attention this year on litigation involving social media, the cloud, and mobile devices. Data from a multitude of social platforms and mobile devices capture our movements, our moods, and the everyday moments […]