The Practical eDiscovery Event

CLE Frequently Asked Questions

The two-day conference is centered squarely around practical education for matters that range from small to large and is perfect for lawyers and legal professionals of all levels. Spread over two full days (mornings and afternoons if you’re in the U.S.), it’ll combine several short talks, panel discussions with live Q&A, and product videos. 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.



UF Law E-Discovery Conference CLE credit per session

In Florida, attendees can choose Technology, General, or Ethics credit, as indicated above.


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Frequently Asked Questions


Q. What is the Florida Bar Course number for the conference?
A. The course number is 2400669N

Q. How many credits will I receive for attending CLE sessions during the Conference?
A. This program offers a maximum of 735 minutes of CLE credit.

Q. What jurisdictions is CLE available in for this Conference?

Q. I don’t see my jurisdiction listed; what should I do?
A. You may be able to self-file for participation at this event.

Please note CLE is NOT available for participation in the live webcasts for Pennsylvania per their MCLE rules for virtual programs.

Q. Should I scan the QR code outside the classroom if I am attending the in-person sessions?
A. Yes, in order to receive CLE credit for your attendance, you must scan in and out of each session you attend.

Q. Do I need to listen for a code word if I am participating in the live webcasts?
A. Yes, in order to receive CLE credit for your attendance, you must note the code word which will be stated during each CLE session. You must provide a code word for each session in order to receive CLE credit for your participation.

Q. I am a speaker; how will I receive my CLE credit?
A. Your additional speaking credit will be added to your CLE record in UF’s online CLE portal. You will receive a link to this portal within 2 weeks of the event’s conclusion. If you do not receive the email in your inbox within 2 weeks, please check your SPAM folder first. If you have any questions or issues, please contact after March 15, 2024.

Q. I am a law student; do I need CLE credit?
A. Law students are welcome to view CLE sessions, but are not eligible for CLE credit.

Q. What are the CLE requirements for my jurisdiction?
A. You should consult your jurisdiction’s website for information regarding requirements.

Q. How will I receive my certificate of attendance?
A. All attendees will receive an email within 2 weeks following the Conference with a link to UF’s online CLE system. This email will contain instructions on how to confirm your participation and print your CLE certificate of attendance.

Q. When can I expect to receive the email with my certificate?
A. About 2 weeks following Conference.

Q. I have additional follow up questions, who should I ask?
A. Email us at