Presenting programs and conferences on electronic data discovery for the legal community is an industry in and of itself. There are almost weekly offerings, from live programs to vendor webinars to law school classes like Patrick Burke's course at Cardoza Law School; from our own LegalTech New York's massive three-day extravaganza where you can see e-discovery demonstrations and attend seemingly endless sessions on predictive coding to gatherings at resorts in Arizona, California, and Florida; and workshops in Colorado and Minnesota. Each is different; all have their specific audiences; and most do a great job. One of my favorites is the annual Georgetown Law Advanced E-Discovery Institute, held in the Washington, D.C., metropolis.
Tech Circuit: Georgetown E-Discovery Edition
Law Technology News
December 7, 2012
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