The University of Florida E-Discovery Conference moves into its 7th electrifying year. Our focus this year is effectively managing discovery from the opposition. The opposition often holds the keys to the case. How can you make sure you get the documents you are entitled to? How can you assure that the opposition is doing the best job identifying, collecting, searching and producing requested documents.
This year’s conference begins with remarks from Dean Laura Rosenbury followed by a fireside chat with E.J. Bastien, Director of Discovery Programs and Atanu Banerjee, Group Program Manager, both from Microsoft’s e-Discovery team.
Returning this year will be a number of our regular superstars and your favorites, including Craig Ball, George Socha, Aaron Crews, Scott Milner, Kelly Twigger, Tessa Jacobs, David Horrigan, Canaan Himmelbaum, Suzanne Clark, Mike Dalewitz, Mike Quartararo, and Ian Campbell. We are also excited to have a host of other national experts who will show us how to get our hands into the really important ESI for our case whether in the cloud, on mobile devices, or on social media.
Our featured judicial panel of distinguished federal and state judges – U.S. Magistrate Judges William Matthewman, Mac McCoy, Patricia Barksdale, and Gary Jones – and retired Florida Circuit Court Judge Ralph Artigliere — returns as well and will share their observations with regards to e-Discovery in their courtrooms and provide us their views and suggestions on what they would like to see in the courtroom.
The E-Discovery Conference is part of the University of Florida’s commitment to educating students on legal technology and continuing to provide alumni and the legal community affordable continuing legal education.
We invite you to join us live in Gainesville, Florida on March 21st or via livestream.
Our 7th Annual E-Discovery 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. As part of that mission, the conference is offered at a low price.
Early Bird is Currently Open through January 31, 2019.
Early bird registration is currently open until January 31st for $49 for both in person or livestream.
Registration for the 2019 UF Law E-Discovery Conference is complimentary for law students, professors, judges and judicial staff, and employees of federal and state government agencies.
For all others, the day-long conference is available for nominal fees—$199 to attend in person or $99.00 for livestream. Members of the 8th Judicial Circuit Bar Association, ACEDS and other Friends of the conference are eligible to receive a discounted rate. Please contact us for additional information.Register
E-Discovery Week at UF Law consists of interconnected e-discovery events focusing on the education and professional growth of law students, lawyers and other legal professionals. Centered around the UF E-Discovery Conference, 2019 brings the return of CareerFest.
Wednesday, March 20th | 12:00 PM to 12:50 PM
E-Discovery CareerFest will precede the 7th Annual UF Law E-Discovery Conference once again with a special presentation titled “Alternative Legal Careers: How Emerging Technology is Creating Exciting Options for Law School Graduates”.
During this session, guest speaker Jared Coseglia, founder and CEO of TRU Staffing Partners, will share with students the various career paths available for them in legal technology.
Students and conference guests are invited to attend in person at the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom located at 309 Village Drive, Gainesville, FL, US, 32611.
We encourage E-Discovery professionals, law students and others to continue their professional development by browsing presentation materials and recordings from past E-Discovery Conferences.