The University of Florida EDRM E-Discovery Conference this year provides a pathway for attorneys, paralegals and support professionals to move beyond simple keyword searching to basic data analytics. Join us to see how simple tools such as near duplicates analysis, automatic document grouping, document clustering, and the magical process of finding “more like this” can help you make that move.
Our Conference features a special kick off in the morning with Craig Ball speaking on the 9 e-discovery skills every litigator and trial attorney must have and a luncheon address by the Hon. Ralph Artigliere on emerging e-discovery ethics.
This year we also added a judges panel featuring Florida State Court Judge Gill Freeman (Miami), US Magistrate Judges Gary Jones (N.D. Fla.), William Matthewman (S.D. Fla.) and Anthony Porcelli (M.D. Fla.) discussing the e-discovery competency courts should expect from attorneys.
Our exciting national experts from around the nation drawn from leading law firms, vendors and corporate legal departments once again return with some fresh faces and hands-on demonstrations.
Join our faculty and guests all day as we cover the basics of e-discovery competency in 2016.
The Conference has been approved for 9 general and 2 ethics CLE credits by the Florida State Bar.
The event will take place in Holland Hall at the University of Florida, Levin College of Law, and will be streamed online.
The University of Florida Levin College of Law and EDRM are pleased to offer the 4th Annual E-Discovery Conference completely free to attend in person or via livestream to all employees of federal and state government agencies, judges and judicial staff, students, and academics.
For all others, the day-long conference is available for nominal fees—$99 to attend in person or $49.00 for livestream. Members of the EDRM are eligible to receive a discounted rate. Contact us for additional information.
This conference is underwritten by the International Center for Automated Research (ICAIR) at the University of Florida Levin College of Law as part of its public mission and is offered at a startlingly low price.