The University of Florida Levin College of Law returns March 23rd and March 24th for its 9th Annual E-Discovery Conference. The Conference combines its topics, sessions and legal, technology, and e-discovery experts to address the challenges for matters both big and small and provide you with key takeaways that you can put into practice right away.
This year we are offering two full-days completely online and free for all attendees as well as pre-approved CLE in multiple jurisdictions.
During our 2-day conference, we will discuss various aspect of e-discovery including:
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.
The Conference has been approved by the Florida State Bar for
Florida has a reciprocal relationship with AK, AZ, CA, CT, DC, HI, MA, MD, MI, MT, ND, NH, NJ, NY, and SD allowing us to receive CLE in multi-jurisdictions. 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 will still accept applications from their attorneys for CLE credits. We will provide all attendees with an attendance package containing conference materials (agenda and speakers) plus a certificate of attendance for use when applying for CLE credits in non-reciprocal states.