The Everlaw Connect series will kick off in Chicago on June 1-2, move to New York on June 8-9; and conclude in Los Angeles on June 15-16. The events will offer legal professionals the opportunity to learn about key advances in AI and eDiscovery, while networking with peers, gaining CLE credit and getting hands-on experience with the latest technologies.
The events feature a keynote, “Hot Topics in Technology Assisted Review,” with Dr. Maura R. Grossman, the influential AI eDiscovery expert, special master and research professor in the School of Computer Science at Waterloo University. She will be joined in conversation with eDiscovery pioneer and Everlaw strategy leader, Chuck Kellner. Everlaw will present a Predictive Coding CLE and Mary Mack, EDRM CEO and chief legal technologist, will present the opening comments.
Each half day opening event will feature lunch and a concluding cocktail reception. The educational sessions are CLE eligible, and are punctuated by networking breaks and opportunities to connect with the community. The following day is reserved for Everlaw clients.
“I am really excited to re-connect—in person—with the eDiscovery community,” said Dr. Grossman. “After more than two years, along with Mary, Kaylee, and the team from Everlaw.”
Attendees will enjoy an afternoon of great education, connection and fun. “Increasingly predictive coding is a must-have technique to help law firms get a leg up in their caseloads – saving time, gaining efficiencies and, most importantly, winning or dismissing cases,” said Chuck Kellner of Everlaw. “Everlaw Connect events are designed to bring the latest and most impactful legal technology directly to law professionals to learn together.”
EDRM community leaders, global and local, will be available at each event to facilitate introductions and assist at the venue. Early registration is recommended to secure your seat.
“Kaylee and I have been waiting to gather our community together until we could create an event maximizing safety,” said Mary Mack, CEO and chief legal technologist, EDRM. “We can’t wait to lift a glass and catch up, and enjoy a wonderful day of education together.”
You can register for the EDRM and Everlaw eDiscovery Events here, and there is more information about the events here. These EDRM and Everlaw eDiscovery Events are yet another terrific sign that we’re getting back to in-person events!
So, what do you think? Are you going to attend the EDRM and Everlaw eDiscovery Events in any of these cities? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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