Give Valuable Input and Get Valuable Input With Upcoming Events: eDiscovery Trends

This week’s blog post for Ipro’s blog discusses a current important survey underway and three upcoming events you’ll want to consider attending!

First, to better understand the challenges law firms are facing and how they are planning to meet them, Ipro has partnered with the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) to conduct a Law Firm Snapshot Survey to create an industry benchmark going into the new year.  If you work for a law firm handling litigation and discovery, consider taking the survey – it’s twelve questions and literally takes a minute.

Ipro and ACEDS will be conducting the webinar titled Unpacking the Ipro and ACEDS 2021 Law Firm Snapshot Survey on Tuesday, February 23rd at 1pm ET to review the results of the survey.  Mike Quartararo, President of ACEDS, Aaron Swenson, Director of Product at Ipro, and Jim Gill, LegalTech Industry Writer, will discuss the survey results and what they reveal about the state of the industry in 2021.

Not only that, there are two notable events this week and next.  This week is the SOLID Winter 2021 event on January 28 and 29, which is an event where speakers give TED-STYLE talks around the intersection of innovation, advanced technology and the business of law.  And, next week is Legalweek!  Because of the pandemic of course, this year’s event is virtual and is not just one event next week, but five total virtual events between now and July!

So, how can you take the survey and register for all three events?  And what is the name of the robot on the graphic above?  Hint: it’s from the 80’s!  You can find out on Ipro’s blog here. 😉

So, what do you think?  What are some trends you expect to see for law firms this year?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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