The Practical eDiscovery Event
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Bringing together the best minds for 10 years.

As we celebrate our 10th Anniversary, we are thrilled to return in person to Gainesville, FL and online for the UF Law E-Discovery Conference.

We look forward to bringing you an enhanced conference experience that exceeds your expectations as we re-establish in-person connections and conversations and continue strengthening our virtual relationships, both of which are valuable and integral to the event

The Conference combines its topics and sessions with experts in legal, technology, and e-discovery. Our goal is to address the challenges in large and small matters and provide you with key takeaways that you can put into practice immediately.



We look forward to you joining us on February 8th and 9th.

UF Levin College of Law E-Discovery Conference

University of Florida Levin College of Law

The E-Discovery Conference is part of the Law School’s commitment to educating students on legal technology and to provide alumni and the legal community with affordable continuing legal education. It is designed to meet the needs of lawyers, paralegals, and e-discovery professionals at all levels of practice.

The University of Florida Levin College of Law E-Discovery Conference is one of the nation’s leading e-discovery conferences. Held over 2 days for in-person and online attendance, the conference features speakers, panels, and presentations from over 40 global lawyers, e-discovery and legal technology experts, and judicial officials.

The E-Discovery Conference’s content covers e-discovery basics, current challenges, and emerging case law and rule developments while also exploring relevant topics such as cyber security, data privacy, and data protection. The conference is focused on providing practical advice—that attendees can use immediately after the conference—to improve their e-discovery practice and competence.

CLE Eligibility

CLE Eligibility

The Conference has been approved for CLE credits by the Florida State Bar. 

  • 11.5 General, Business Litigation, and Civil Trial (credits are applied in each category. 
  • 8 Technology 
  • 2 Ethics 
  • 1 Bias Elimination 
A breakdown of the CLE credits awarded per session is available upon request. 
Florida has a reciprocal relationship CLE relationship 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 any questions relating to CLE credits, contact us at or visit our CLE FAQ page.

Conference Sponsors and Exhibitors


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