With computers and e-mail dominating business and personal life, the nature of civil discovery has changed. Lawyers need to know how to request, identify, preserve, collect, process, review and produce digital information, in all its myriad of forms (from e-mail and Excel to social media and the "Cloud"). While this does not require a technical degree, there are significant pitfalls that lawyers can learn to avoid and better represent their clients. This class is designed to teach law students about the nuances of the quickly evolving world of e-discovery and provide practical help so that students can be immediately valuable to their employers and clients.
|M 10:00-11:50 AM||Klein 8B|
No Registration Restrictions.