The UF Law E-Discovery Project’s Spring 2018 E-Discovery Distinguished Speaker was Aaron Crews, Chief Data Analytics Officer at Littler Mendelson P.C.
On Monday, February 26, 2018 Aaron Crews spoke on “The Evolution of the Modern Lawyer” and how artificial intelligence is transforming law.
Aaron Crews’ recorded presentation may be viewed here.
The UF Law E-Discovery Project’s Fall 2017 E-Discovery Distinguished Speaker is Professor Emeritus Jay Grenig of Marquette University. Professor Grenig will be speaking on “ADR 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 […]
The Fall 2016 Distinguished E-Discovery Speaker was Professor Steven Gensler from Oklahoma University College of Law. Professor Gensler’s topic is “How E-Discovery Brought All Discovery Back to Its Senses.” Professor Gensler’s presentation took place at 1 p.m. on Oct. 10, 2016, in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom (HOL 180). View the webcast.
Distinguished Speaker Series featuring the Honorable James C. Francis: “Law Enforcement Access to Your Data: Cellphone, Computers, the Internet and the Fourth Amendment”
United States Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV was E-Discovery’s Distinguished Speaker for fall 2015. Magistrate Judge Francis’ presentation was held at the Chesterfield Smith Honorary Classroom on the law school campus.
Douglas W. Oard made a presentation titled Information Retrieval for E-Discovery to the University of Florida Computer Science Department on January 20, 2015.
On Oct. 6, 2014, Washington D.C. Magistrate Judge John M. Facciola gave the presentation, “Technology and E-Discovery Competence: Enhancing Your Career Options” at UF Law. Get details and watch the presentation here.
Jason Baron of Drinker Biddle gave a presentation titled Enhancing Your Career Options: What Does it Mean to be Technologically Competent in E-Discovery? at UF Law on January 27th, 2014. You can view the video recording here.
On October 10, 2013, Craig Ball gave a presentation titled Spoiled & Deluded: The Shakespearean Tragedy That IS E-Discovery at UF Law. You can view the video recording here.