Given the pervasive nature of kCura’s Relativity software in the e-discovery world, it’s no surprise that Relativity Fest, the company’s yearly gathering in Chicago, is a big-ticket destination for many interested in legal technology. This year, though, kCura is looking to extend the experience beyond just e-discovery practitioners to get law students involved.

Earlier this week, kCura announced that it will provide 10 student scholarships to the conference, aiming to provide an opportunity for future lawyers and paralegals that otherwise would not be able to attend. The scholarship is intended for undergraduate and graduate students from law school and paralegal programs accredited by the American Bar Association, and would cover transportation, lodging, meals and event registration.

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