eDiscovery Events in 2022, Here’s Your Running List So Far!: eDiscovery Trends

Happy New Year! It’s 2022!  As always, a new year brings a new slate of eDiscovery events, conferences and meetings.  And courtesy of Rob Robinson’s excellent ComplexDiscovery site, you know when most of the eDiscovery events in 2022 are currently planned.

In Rob’s post Moving Forward? A Running Listing of eDiscovery Events in 2022, he once again provides a working list of eDiscovery events in 2022, including “conferences, and meetings might be of interest to legal, business, and information technology professionals as it provides a non-all inclusive starting point for considering education, awareness, and demand generation opportunities for individuals and organizations in the eDiscovery ecosystem.” 

Rob has compiled a list of events every year for several years now and I’m happy to say I’ve covered it for several years as well.  His yearly post is a great reference guide for key events and Rob continues to update it as events are added or dates for events are announced.

Not only does Rob compile the list every year, but he starts compiling it early – his initial posting for this year’s list is dated October 22, 2021 – even before Halloween! So, why do I wait until now to cover it? It’s a timely and easy post for me to cover to start off the new year! Thanks, Rob!

Anyway, here are a few notable eDiscovery events in 2022 that are currently scheduled (with links to the sites when available):

There are several other events that are still TBD, including ARMA InfoCon, Georgetown Advanced eDiscovery Institute and E-Discovery Day. So far, many of these events are planned to be in-person (unlike last year, when several of the events – especially early events – were planned as virtual from the start). On Wednesday, you’ll find out how many of you are planning to attend at least one in-person event this year! Stay tuned!  😉

You can find a much more comprehensive list of events in Rob’s post here.  This is a link you’ll want to save as a favorite to reference periodically to identify updates to the schedule. And check out his new web design as well – looks great!

So, what do you think?  Do you plan to attend any in-person eDiscovery events in 2022?  Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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