The 5th Annual E-Discovery Conference will be held on March 30, 2017 on the law school campus and streamed live. Mark your calendar and reserve the data. The Conference will continue its focus on the utilization of readily available e-discovery software tools to enhance attorney and litigation support competence in handling the mid-sized and small […]
The Fall 2016 Distinguished E-Discovery Speaker was Professor Steven Gensler from Oklahoma University College of Law. Professor Gensler’s topic is “How E-Discovery Brought All Discovery Back to Its Senses.” Professor Gensler’s presentation took place at 1 p.m. on Oct. 10, 2016, in the Chesterfield Smith Ceremonial Classroom (HOL 180). View the webcast.
Professor Douglas W. Oard, an e-discovery expert, discussed the future of information retrieval in electronic discovery.
Oard, of the University of Maryland College of Information Studies and the Institute for Advanced Computer Studies, visited the UF Law e-discovery class Sept. 12 in Holland 270. The talk was open to all UF students, faculty and staff.
Oard has played an important role in bringing advanced information retrieval practices into electronic discovery. His contribution is memorialized in the hit documentary “ The Decade of Discovery.”
The 2016 Conference focused on “Curing Your Data Demons with Simple and Handy Analytical Tools” featured our faculty of national experts and, as always, live software demonstrations that will elevate legal practice. Craig Ball kicked off the conference speaking on the nine basic e-discovery skills every attorney must have. The conference also featured a judicial […]
Distinguished Speaker Series featuring the Honorable James C. Francis: “Law Enforcement Access to Your Data: Cellphone, Computers, the Internet and the Fourth Amendment”
United States Magistrate Judge James C. Francis IV was E-Discovery’s Distinguished Speaker for fall 2015. Magistrate Judge Francis’ presentation was held at the Chesterfield Smith Honorary Classroom on the law school campus.