Yet another sign that in-person conferences are back – Relativity Fest 2022 will be held this week and it will be the first in-person Relativity Fest in three years!
After two years as a virtual event due to the pandemic, Relativity Fest 2022 will be held in-person this Wednesday through Friday, October 26-28 at the Hyatt Regency Chicago. There will also be a virtual option via a digital pass available for purchase as well.
From everything I’ve heard, in-person attendance for this Relativity Fest is at pre-pandemic levels, which makes Relativity Fest 2022 probably the largest in-person conference dedicated to eDiscovery education this year, with a combination of workshops, Relativity product education sessions, educational sessions and networking events. The high-level agenda is here and the complete detailed list of sessions is available here.
I’m also excited to be a part of the Coffee Break: Red Carpet Relativity Fest Kick-off Presented by EDRM at 8:00 AM this Thursday, October 27th in Regency C, West Tower, Ballroom Level! I’ll be joining Mary Mack, CEO and Chief Legal Technologist at EDRM and Kaylee Walstad, Chief Strategy Officer at EDRM, Craig Ball, TX Trial Attorney, Forensics Expert, Special Master, Patricia Diaz Rodriguez of Ankura, David Horrigan, Discovery Counsel and Legal Education Director at Relativity and Monica Harris, Product Business Manager, Cellebrite Enterprise Solutions. We will be kicking off the first full day of Relativity Fest discussing favorite Fest memories and what we are most looking forward to doing at Fest. Come and share, wear your favorite Fest swag and join us for a lively conversation!
Pricing is available here for either in-person or digital pass, with registration links for each option as well.
I’ll also be previewing notable educational sessions and networking events each of the three days, so look for that! My third in-person conference in three weeks! If that’s not a sign that in-person conferences are back, I’m not sure what is!
So, what do you think? Are you attending Relativity Fest 2022? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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