Don’t know the different between a giga and a byte? Confused on how to log out of an online service, never mind delve into the intricacies of e-discovery? A new report from the TechnoLawyer network may be your ticket to computer literacy for the 21st Century lawyer.

The report, entitled “LitigationWorld Quick Start Guide to Mastering Ediscovery,” is written by Tom O’Connor and free to members of the TechnoLawyer network. According to a press release, the guide is vendor neutral—so it’s not serving as one giant advertisement, but instead serves as a starting point for lawyers, paralegals and corporate counsel to brush up on both their computer and e-discovery knowledge.

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