E-discovery acumen is a core responsibility for a variety of professionals, but one that law firms and legal departments have had to take at face value. Many legal organizations, for example, are limited in evaluating their employees’ experience and knowledge outside of observing how they work in actual document review projects, a situation that may lead to less than efficient e-discovery results until the evaluation can take place.

The Legal Technology Core Competencies Certification Coalition (LTC4), however, is hoping to make such uncertainty a thing of the past. This week at ILTACON, the nonprofit organization announced the launch of its E-discovery/E-disclosure Core Competency (ECC) Learning Plan to assess legal professionals’ e-discovery understanding and provide them with a curriculum through which to enhance their knowledge. The curriculum was created by the LTC4′s ECC Learning Pod, a team of U.S. and U.K.-based e-discovery experts.

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