Looking to jump start your legal technology career but don’t know how? Starting in August, Jared Coseglia of TRU Staffing Partners will be writing a monthly column on certifications to know and training to acquire in the industry for Legaltech News. The first of those pieces is below.

Bill Hamilton, legal skills professor and executive director of the University of Florida Law School’s International Center for Automated Information Retrieval, is using e-discovery technology in the classroom every single day. His wildly progressive curriculum incorporates a bevy of proprietary ESI technology including tools from Nuix, Catalyst and iCONECT. While Hamilton’s agenda is undeniably to “train people pursuing legal degrees to be superlative lawyers,” the reality is that many law school graduates are leveraging their legal education to establish non-practicing “career viability with vendors, government agencies or consultancies supporting the legal process.”

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