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Next! LTN's Picks for Upcoming Programs, Webinars & Events
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Here are LTN's picks of upcoming events.
>> Monday, March 18: "The Business and Ethics of Managing a 21st Century Law Firm: The Impact of Technology on the Future of Law Firms." This panel will focus on the many kinds of technology influencing the way today's law firm does business and the ethical questions this technology raises. Speakers include Daniel Katz, assistant professor of law and co-director of "Reinvent Law," at Michigan State University College of Law fresh off his Silicon Valley "tour." (Read Aric Press' report here, and LTN's profile here.) 411: here. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Lincoln Center Campus Lowenstein Building, South Lounge, New York City. Free, open to the public, CLE credit available. Registration: law.fordham.edu/managinglawfirms/technology.
Tuesday, March 19
Thursday, March 21
The Illinois Institute of Technology Chicago-Kent College of Law presents "The E-Discovery Institute: What Every Lawyer Needs to Know about E-Discovery." Topics range from "Judicial Perspectives on E-Discovery" (U.S.D.C. Chief Judge James Holderman No. District Illinois) to social media, ethics, trends, and practical tips. Held on Chicago campus. Brochure: here.
"Unlocking Predictive Coding to Find Facts Fast," Nuix sponsors this free Apersee LLC webinar at 2 p.m. EDT, explaining the ropes of predictive coding aka TAR (technology-assisted review) or CAR (computer-assisted review), Speakers: Daniel Regard, managing director and CEO, iDiscovery Solutions Inc.; Stephen Steward, CTO, Nuix; George Socha, consultant and co-founder, Apersee. (The other co-founder, consultant Tom Gelbmann, moderates.) Registration: here.
Friday, March 22
ON THE HORIZON
"Most programs and conferences talk about what to do at a high level that just frustrates the regular attorney who leaves the typical one hour CLE scared and frustrated, but not knowing what to do. So we decided to do an out-reach conference as a public service," said Hamilton, a partner at Quarles & Brady in Tampa, who is an adjunct professor at the UF college of law and dean of academics at Bryan University. http://www.law.ufl.edu/academics/ediscovery-conference.
UPCOMING ALM TECH EVENTS
March 21: Virtual LegalTech
May 21-22: LegalTech West Coast (L.A.).
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Monica Bay is editor-in-chief of Law Technology News and a member of the California Bar. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Twitter: @lawtechnews @LTNMonicaBay.