Back in 2010, Patrick Oot, then-counsel at Verizon and currently a partner at Shook, Hardy and Bacon, had a realization: “Education in this space is expensive. What can we do to facilitate a learning experience for both young attorneys and for current practitioners, how to learn more about e-discovery topics?”

Fast forward six years, and we have our answer. On April 11, the Electronic Discovery Institute (EDI) launched its beta test of its Distance Learning Program. The core of the web-based program will consist of 40 classes and additional electives, taught by a cavalcade of e-discovery experts that include judges, corporate counsel, law firm experts, educators, and others. And, EDI said, the program will cost enrollees a grand total of just $1.

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