UF Law offers new E-Discovery online course
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – The University of Florida Levin College of Law and the UF International Center for Automated Information Retrieval’s E-Discovery Project are pleased to announce the online course, Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence, as part of its pioneering efforts in expanding electronic discovery education.
The course will be a taught this summer and will feature real time class meetings utilizing Zoom video conferencing technology, selected readings, videos, and collaborative discussions coupled with practical exercises and hands-on utilization of professional grade electronic discovery software.
“We are especially pleased to offer this online course,” said William Hamilton, the E-Discovery Project Executive Director, who will be the course instructor. “E-Discovery is changing and developing at a rate never before seen in the practice of law. Our online course will immerse students in the rapidly evolving e-discovery law and technology so they will have valuable add-on skills to make an immediate impact.”
The UF E-Discovery Project also sponsors on campus and live streamed e-discovery conferences, distinguished guest speakers, and collaborations with UF’s Department of Computer and Information Science and Engineering. The online course will run from May 18 to July 17. The course is open to non-University of Florida law students who may contact the UF Law registrar, Ade Kumuyi, at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. The deadline for registration is May 13.