E-Discovery Day is coming up in just over a month! And you could win an ACEDS certification scholarship by completing this E-Discovery Day survey!
E-Discovery Day is one day a year dedicated to celebrating the growing and vital role eDiscovery plays in the legal process. Every year, thousands of eDiscovery professionals gather (either in person or virtually) for educational, social, and networking events across the country–and beyond! This year, the eighth celebration of E-Discovery Day is happening on December 1st and eDiscovery Today (along with EDRM and ACEDS) is excited to be one of the sponsors of E-Discovery Day!
Exterro and ACEDS are giving away two ACEDS certification scholarships, either for contest entrants or their colleagues and friends in the eDiscovery profession. To enter the contest, all you have to do is take this E-Discovery survey, which is short, fun and takes about 2 minutes and you can win an ACEDS certification scholarship. The survey has some general questions as well as some fun ones as well, like:
- How should the term for “electronic discovery” be spelled?
- Who said, ““E-Discovery is complicated and the stakes are very high when your team makes an inadvertent mistake?”
- How do you explain e-discovery to family or friends in one sentence at a holiday party?
No studying required, just fill it out! You could win an ACEDS certification scholarship by completing this E-Discovery Day survey! 😉
Winners will be chosen in the run-up to E-Discovery Day and announced on November 3rd.
So, what do you think? Do you need a CEDS certification? Or do you know someone who does? If so, complete the survey! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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