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Ready for In-Depth eDiscovery Training? Head to Georgetown: eDiscovery Best Practices
There are training courses and there are training courses, but there is no more in-depth eDiscovery training course than the Georgetown Law Center eDiscovery Training Academy. Once again, it is coming up in just over a month. And, if you hurry, you can save on registration!
The Academy’s full-week curriculum is intended to give you a “total immersion” in the subject of eDiscovery, featuring a highly personalized and interactive instructional approach designed to foster an intense connection between all students and a renowned faculty. And, it has been designed by experts to be a challenging experience leading to a comprehensive understanding of the discipline. As the Academy summary notes, it is demanding, but it will be one of your most exciting and successful learning experiences if you are determined to invest the time and effort.
Renowned faculty? Check. How about people like Craig Ball, Maura Grossman, Mark Sidoti, Tom O’Connor, Hon. John M. Facciola (Ret.) and Virginia Magistrate Judge Hon. John Anderson?
Total immersion? Check. How about topics ranging from Introduction to Electronically Stored Information to Proportionality to Ugly Truths about Electronic Search to Meet and Confer Strategies? There’s also Authentication and Admissibility, Forms of Production, Preservation and Sanctions and Technology-Assisted Review (“TAR”) for eDiscovery. Even Mobile Data Preservation, Rule 502 and Ethics. With plenty of exercises to test your knowledge and Mock 26(f) Conferences on the last day. And, there is CLE credit to boot!
Here’s a link to the complete agenda for the Academy.
The Academy runs from Sunday, June 2, 2019 to Friday, June 7, 2019 at the Georgetown University Law Center, 600 New Jersey Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001. With regard to the cost for participating, the Regular Registration price is $3,650 for the entire week; however, if you register by tomorrow, it is discounted to $3,450. If you’re Georgetown Law Alumni ($3,150) or a Government employee ($2,650), it’s even cheaper – for a full week of instruction. Scholarships can also be requested by Monday, May 13. If you want to achieve “total immersion” in all educational topics eDiscovery – this is the place to do it!
So, what do you think? Have you attended the Georgetown Law Center eDiscovery Training Academy in the past? If so, what did you think of it? As always, please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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