The University of Florida E-Discovery Conference moves into its 8th electrifying year. Our focus this year is working smarter, not harder. The key to successful e-discovery is blending your e-discovery needs and requirements with the right tools and software. This year’s conference will show you how to make your e-discovery the size and shape that fits your case.
We’ll walk you through the initial assessment process, the tough new challenges of today’s evolving devices, social media and messaging. Most important we’ll feature lessons on how to use and combine readily available software to quickly find the most important information. This year we’re adding to the agenda a panel session on evolving e-discovery case law in addition to our ever-popular judges panel.
We are excited to have many new and returning faces to our conference including Kenya Dickson from the White House, Alex Ponce de Leon from Google, 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 really important ESI for our 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, Daniel Irick return as well.
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 19th or online via live stream.
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.