The University of Florida E-Discovery Conference moves into its 6th electrifying year.
Our focus this year is using increasing easily accessible tool to manage your electronic discovery needs from the large case to the everyday case. This is no longer your grandfather’s e-discovery (circa 2005). We call E-discovery 101 for the next decade.
There are exciting new e-discovery tools, new offerings and huge new challenges against a backdrop of increasing demands for competence by judicial officials.
Returning this year will be a number of our regular superstars, including Craig Ball, George Socha, Kelly Twigger, David Horrigan, Martin Audet, Mary Mack, Rose Jones, Mike Quartraro, and host of other national experts to show us how to get our hands into the really important ESI in the cloud, on mobile devices, and on social media.
And of course, our judicial panel of distinguished federal and state judges–U.S. Magistrates William Matthewman, Mc McCoy, and Gary Jones, Florida Circuit Court Judge Meenu Sasser, and retired Florida Circuit Court Judge Ralph Artigliere –will explore the good, the bad and the ugly in their courtrooms.
If you have a question, we have the answers! This is the e-discovery educational conference that addresses your everyday practice problems.
Join us live in Gainesville, Florida on March 29th or by live stream video direct to your computer.
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.
University of Florida Levin College of Law has yet to apply for any credits for the 2018 conference. We will begin to do so once the agenda has been set for the conference.
Wednesday, March 28th
E-Discovery CareerFest will precede the 6th Annual E-Discovery Conference for the second straight year. CareerFest responds to the growing interest of University of Florida law students in exploring career paths that involve electronic discovery and data analytic skills.
Registration 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.
Registration opens December 2017.