It’s conference anticipation week! The Women in eDiscovery (WiE) is also conducting its own in-person conference and the 2022 WiE conference is coming up next month in sunny San Diego!
As noted on the conference FAQ page, the 2022 WiE conference will be held at the Paradise Point Resort & Spa in San Diego, CA, May 2 – 4, 2022. The core elements of the conference will include Knowledge: educational sessions; Network: many networking and relationship-building opportunities; Revive: ways to renew the passion for professional and personal wellness. The last conference was held in 2019, so it’s been a while!
The agenda covers a variety of topics along the Knowledge/Network/Revive theme with notable speakers (several of whom I’ve been honored to present with in the past), and timely topics including:
- Discovering Collaboration Tools
- Seeds & Fruits of TAR
- eDiscovery Issues under Data Privacy & Security Laws
- Tracking Data in the Data Economy
- Defensible Document Review Protocols: Post Breach Incident and Litigation Document Reviews
- Coexist: IT, Legal, Compliance, Risk, Info Gov
- Impacts of Nation State Sponsored Cyber Attacks
- ESI Negotiation
- Mitigating Ransomware Attacks
- Business Development in Law & Technology
- Career Advancement: How to Be Vividly Visible in a Virtual World
- O365 and eDiscovery
- Intersection of Cross-Border Investigations and Data Privacy
There’s even a Judges Panel where current and former judges will discuss recent key eDiscovery cases!
You can register here for the 2022 WiE conference for a very reasonable rate for the three days, which even includes a spa discount! It’s great to see important events like the WiE conference come back in person! Whee!
So, what do you think? Are you attending the 2022 WiE conference in May? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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