The EDRM is best known as the organization behind the E-Discovery Reference Model and a number of other technological standards for the e-discovery industry. But since its inception, it has also served as an educational and project hub for e-discovery, first under founders George Socha and Tom Gelbmann, then under Duke University School of Law’s Center for Judicial Studies following its 2016 integration.

Now, much of the EDRM organization is finding a new home under ownership that knows a thing or two about e-discovery education: former ACEDS heads Mary Mack and Kaylee Walstad.

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