The Practical eDiscovery Event


Leap Forward in E-Discovery


Welcome to the UF Law E-Discovery Conference 2024! As we stand on the cusp of a new era in legal technology, we invite you to leap forward with us into the next dimension of eDiscovery. This pivotal conference offers an avenue to shape the present and redefine what the legal industry will look like in the future.

As we prepare to host our 11th annual conference in 2024, we recognize the seismic shifts in the legal landscape, especially with the advent of Generative AI. In the 2024 conference, we will lay the groundwork, building upon current trends and setting the stage for an immersive exploration into transformative technologies that promise to revolutionize e-discovery and the business of law.



Why Attend?

Unparalleled Insights: Engage in thought-provoking sessions that offer fresh perspectives on pressing eDiscovery challenges and opportunities.

Expert-led Discussions: Learn directly from the pioneers in legal tech, eDiscovery, and generative AI.

Networking Opportunities: Re-establish in-person connections and strengthen virtual relationships with like-minded professionals.

UF Law E-Discovery Conference

Emerging Tech & eDiscovery

Maximize eDiscovery with tools beyond litigation, understand generative AI’s current and future role, and leverage best practices for its ethical application in law.

UF Law E-Discovery Conference

The ESI Debate & Quality Assurance

Delve into Electronically Stored Information’s influence on legal proceedings, and grasp the importance of quality control, assurance, and validation, especially with AI tools.

UF Law E-Discovery Conference

Contract Management & Legal Trends

Begin to master vendor contract negotiations, harness project management for eDiscovery, and engage with the judiciary on pivotal eDiscovery trends and relationships.

Register Today!

Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of this transformative experience. Whether you’re an eDiscovery novice or a seasoned professional, the UF Law E-Discovery Conference 2023 promises to equip, inspire, and connect. Reserve your seat now and shape your eDiscovery journey.



CLE Eligibility

CLE Eligibility

The Conference is applying for CLE accreditation from the Florida State Bar and its reciprocal relationships with AK, AZ, CA, CT, DC, HI, MA, MD, MI, MT, ND, NH, NJ, NY, and SD. This means that when a conference attendee from a reciprocal state submits an attendance certificate issued by the UF Law E-Discovery Conference, the state does not review the conference content and approves the CLE credits based on the attendance certificate.

States not listed above may accept applications from their attorneys for CLE credits. Attendees should provide their state bar associations with conference materials (agenda and speakers) plus the certificate of attendance when applying for CLE credits in non-reciprocal states.

For more information or questions about CLE credits, contact us at




We look forward to you joining us on February 28th and 29th.

UF Levin College of Law E-Discovery Conference