In the near future, conference rooms filled with boxes of discovery documents will be a thing of the past. As technology advances, more firms are moving to electronic discovery methods.

Before you know it, firms will produce all of their documents electronically rather than in hard copy. Because of the increasing technology trend, it’s more important than ever for new associates to understand and be able to run an electronic review.

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