EDRM’s George Socha will speak in educational events for E-Discovery Day on December 1, 2016.
E-Discovery Day is an industrywide initiative aimed at promoting e-discovery awareness and education. The second annual E-Discovery Day will offer a variety of educational webcasts on e-discovery trends, best practices and emerging topics. Virtual and live events will take place throughout the day, bringing together a diverse lineup of professionals, including many well-known e-discovery industry thought leaders.
“EDRM and the Center for Judicial Studies at Duke Law School are now a combined organization with a focus on building an integrated approach to the study and improvement of electronic discovery and information governance,” says Tom Hnatowski, director of EDRM. “E-Discovery Day provides the judiciary, practicing attorneys, scholars and students a terrific opportunity to partake in high-quality accessible education with experts in the field of E-Discovery.”
“E-discovery is growing in importance in the legal process,” says George Socha, co-founder of EDRM. “The webinars and other events on E-discovery Day offer a convenient way for anyone in the legal professions to quickly get up to speed on important topics facing our industry.”
Socha will speak in the following E-Discovery Day webinar sessions:
DATE: December 1, 2016
TIME 1:00 PM EST / 10:00 AM PST
This unique session highlights the progress of e-discovery technologies during the last decade and looks forward through the lens of innovation to the next 10 years of data discovery. This information-packed session includes some of the world’s foremost authorities on e-discovery who will be sharing their thoughts, considerations and recommended best practices for the use of technology-assisted review. The session format will allow each expert an opportunity to present followed by a short dialogue.
DATE: December 1, 2016
TIME 5:30 PM EST / 2:30 PM PST
In this webcast, learn how to take your e-discovery acumen to the next level with insights from legal/e-discovery teachers on the topics you should be learning more about and how to get involved with educational e-discovery groups in 2017.
Information about all E-Discovery Day events may be found on the E-Discovery Day website.
The Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) creates practical resources to improve e-discovery and information governance. Since 2005, EDRM has delivered leadership, standards, best practices, tools, guides and test data sets to improve electronic discovery and information governance. Member individuals, law firms, corporations and government organizations actively contribute to the direction of EDRM. In 2016, EDRM became part of the Center for Judicial Studies at Duke Law School. EDRM expands the center’s efforts to provide educational and professional resources in electronic discovery and information governance in support of its mission to promote a better understanding of the judicial process and generate ideas for improving the administration of justice. Visit EDRM.net to become a member. To learn more about the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies, visit https://law.duke.edu/judicialstudies.