UF Law students, faculty free to E-Discovery Conference
“Electronic Discovery for the Small and Medium Case” is just around the corner, so don’t forget to register today. The conference, co-sponsored by UF Law and the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, will be held April 4-5 at UF Law and will also be available as a live, online stream.
Electronic discovery is increasingly becoming a fact of life for all litigators and this conference will feature a wide array of national experts discussing how to competently and cost-effectively handle e-discovery in small and medium cases. The conference will also shed light on the latest developments in Florida and federal e-discovery rules and will feature demonstrations of the latest e-discovery software and tools for each phase of the e-discovery process, for matters ranging from the most humble lawsuit to the largest mega-case.
The conference is part of UF Law’s E-Discovery Project, and is underwritten by the International Center for Automated Information Research, a University of Florida foundation established to promote innovation in information technology. Attendees will be eligible to receive 11.5 CLE credits.
The conference is free for full-time law students and UF faculty and staff. For registration and further information, visit the E-Discovery for the Small and Medium Case website.