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What Are Your Plans for #eDiscoveryDay?

If you’re anything like me, keeping track of all of the great legal tech and litigation programming coming up year-round can be a touch overwhelming. I just hit inbox zero for the first time in days–last night. So here’s a helpful reminder:

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018 is #eDiscoveryDay!

There will be webcasts and live events occurring all over the country with “more e-discovery education in one day than the rest of the year combined.” E-discovery is always a hot topic in litigation, so if you’re in the business, you won’t want to miss this programming.

To find out if there is a live event planned near you, check out the live events schedule here. If you aren’t fortunate enough to live near a live event, then you can join me online for the excellent online-programming portion of eDiscovery Day. 

In particular, I am looking forward to the eDiscovery 101: State of the Art & Best Practices talk with Christopher Shultz, Baylor Law LL.M. faculty member, and Executive VP and General Counsel of Level 2 Legal Solutions. 

The talk is happening Tuesday, December 4, at 10:15 AM CST (11:15 AM EST / 8:15 AM PST). To register for the talk and a reminder, click here

Whether you’re new to the field or you’re an old pro, Schultz’s talk is billed as highly relevant.

For the full schedule of all eDiscovery Day webcasts, click here.

What talks are you most interested in? Sound off in the comments! 

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