TAR webinar series planned for August

EDRM is developing webinars on Technology-Assisted Review (TAR) to help educate lawyers and judges on various aspects of TAR in advance of a September Duke Conference, which aims to develop best practices for using TAR.

The webinars will address topics such as when to use TAR, how various TAR tools work, common pitfalls and benefits, and how to explain TAR processes to clients, judges, and others.

The webinars will be publicly available, both as they are broadcast and on demand after broadcast, via the EDRM website and EDRM’s webcast channel on BrightTalk.

Duke’s TAR Conference, scheduled for Sept. 7-8 in Arlington, Va., will bring together 15 federal judges and 85-100 lawyers to begin drafting best practices for using TAR in e-discovery throughout the legal profession. Their work will be informed by both the EDRM TAR Webinar Series and the TAR guidelines being developed now by a team of EDRM members. Conference registration is by invitation only, and all current EDRM members will receive invitations; for more information, see the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies website.

 

Register now for these TAR Webinars:

Webinar: Technology Assisted Review – What You Need to Know, Ask, and Expect

August 3, 2017, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
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Webinar: Practical Tips for a Successful First Predictive Coding Project

August 8, 2017, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
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Visit EDRM’s BrightTalk channel for more information.