E-Discovery Conference to teach how to build a winning case story
The 2nd annual University of Florida E-Discovery Conference will be held March 14 in the Martin H. Levin Advocacy Center. This year’s conference, “Letting Data Tell the Winning Litigation Story,” will focus on how to locate, parse and restructure voluminous and diverse case data – ranging from text documents to text messages to tweets to social media postings – into a coherent, winning story.
The conference will feature a distinguished panel of national e-discovery expert practitioners who will demonstrate with readily available, inexpensive e-discovery software how to build a winning case story. The conference is offered in-person for $199 and online for $99. For complete registration information and a list of conference presenters, visit the E-Discovery Conference website. The conference is free to University of Florida students and professional staff.
“This year’s conference takes e-discovery to the next level for attorneys in the field; e-discovery is not just about the data, but how to use it effectively to find, build, and tell your case narrative,” said William Hamilton, the E-Discovery Projects Executive Director.
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 eight CLE credits.
The UF Law E-Discovery Project is a multidisciplinary endeavor to support the civil litigation process through electronic discovery law courses, research, the development of information retrieval methods and tools, and skills training to practicing attorneys and litigation-support professionals. More information on the UF Law E-Discovery Project is available at www.law.ufl.edu/academics/institutes/icair.