The success of an e-discovery project depends on how well you blend your e-discovery needs and requirements with the right processes and software.
Join us at the 8th Annual University of Florida E-Discovery Conference where your peers are drawing on the latest technology and case law to implement practical and effective strategies and programs that focus on the needs of each individual litigation matter. This year, we will show you how to work smarter, not harder to ensure the success of your project.
We will walk you through the initial assessment process, the tough new challenges of today’s evolving devices and data sources. Most important, we will feature lessons on how to use and combine readily available software to find the most important information in your data quickly and update you on evolving e-discovery case law.
We are excited to have many new and returning faces to our conference, including Allison Stanton of Facebook, Kenya Parrish-Dixon formerly at the White House, and a rock-star of the plaintiff bar Ariana Tadler. There will also be a host of other national experts who will show us how to efficiently find the important ESI for your case, whether in the network, cloud, on mobile devices, or on social media.
Our featured judicial panel of distinguished U.S. Magistrate Judges—Gary Jones, William Matthewman, Mac McCoy, Patricia Barksdale, and Daniel Irick—returns as well.
We invite you to join us live in Gainesville, Florida, on March 19th or online via live stream.
Early bird registration is currently available through January 17, 2020.
Choose via in-person or livestream attendance.
Students, University and College Faculty, Professional Staff, Judicial Officials, Clerks, and Employees of Government Bodies and Agencies are invited to attend for free.
Have questions regarding registration? Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.In-Person & Livestream Students University/College Faculty and Staff Government & Judicial Employees
Every year, we actively work with the Florida Bar on our application for CLE credit related to the University of Florida Law E-Discovery Conference.
We know that fulfilling your Continuing Legal Education requirements is important. That’s why it is important to us that you get the most out of the University of Florida Law E-Discovery Conference. We are currently awaiting approval and will update this section once approval has been received.
Please note each year the number of CLE hours we are approved for varies based on the conference sessions and agenda.
If you will be submitting a CLE application in your state, we will provide the session materials you’ll need for your application following the conference. Please let us know if you require anything else and we will do our best to assist you.
For more information or any questions relating to CLE credits please contact William Hamilton
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.