2020 UF Law E-Discovery Conference

Join us on March 18th at the 8th Annual University of Florida Levin College of Law E-Discovery Conference where our national and international experts will examine strategies implementing practical and effective e-discovery for your litigation matters. We will learn how to work smarter, not harder!

This year we are offering the full-day conference completely online and free for all attendees.

During our daylong conference, we will discuss various aspect of e-discovery including:

Don’t miss our famed judicial panel, our e-discovery case law panel, and our panel analyzing the e-discovery impact of rapidly expanding national and international privacy regulations.

We look forward to seeing you on March 18th.

UF Levin College of Law E-Discovery Conference

The E-Discovery Conference is part of the University of Florida Levin College of Law’s commitment to educating students on legal technology and to provide alumni and the legal community with affordable continuing legal education. We value your privacy. We will not maintain any information about your registration or conference attendance, except to to notify you by email of selected e-discovery related events at the law school. You may decline to receive event emails at any time. We will not sell, lend, or disclose to anyone the information you provide us.

Florida CLE Eligibility

The Conference has been approved by the Florida Bar for the following CLE credits: 9.5 General, 9.5 Business Litigation Certification, 9.5 Civil Trial Certification, 9.5 Technology, and 1 Ethics.


Out of State CLE

If you will be submitting a CLE application in a state other than Florida, 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

Friends of the Conference

Friends of the Conference are media partners who support the conference and our mission to provide continuing education in the areas of E-Discovery and legal technology.

UF Law and the UF Law E-Discovery Project gratefully acknowledge the support by the following: