Seven days of waiting makes one weak! See what I did there? 😉 We have one week until the 10th annual UF Law eDiscovery conference!
The 10th annual UF Law eDiscovery Conference conducted by the University of Florida Levin College of Law (UF Law) stretches over two days for the second year in a row and promises “an enhanced conference experience that exceeds your expectations as we re-establish in-person connections and conversations and continue strengthening our virtual relationships, both of which are valuable and integral to the event”. And this year’s conference is both in-person and online, and there’s already about 2,000 registrants for this year’s conference, so don’t get left out!
This year’s conference is scheduled for February 8th and 9th, which is about six weeks earlier than last year and features speakers, panels, and presentations from over 40 global lawyers, eDiscovery and legal technology experts, and judicial officials. Once again, it’s literally a “who’s who” of eDiscovery experts once again this year!
The conference covers everything from eDiscovery basics to current challenges and emerging case law and rule developments while also exploring relevant topics such as cyber security, data privacy, and data protection. The conference is focused on providing practical advice—that attendees can use immediately after the conference—to improve their eDiscovery practice and competence. The full agenda is available here for you to check out.
I’m honored and excited to participate again this year in the conference! My session will be one of the Nuts & Bolts topics on Wednesday, February 8th at 1:45pm where I’m currently slated try to get through ten eDiscovery project management topics in ten minutes – the fifth ten-minute presentation in the hour (gulp!). Hope I don’t get Matt Damon-ed! 😉
You can register here to attend the conference, which, in my opinion, is now the best two-day eDiscovery conference there is for terrific speakers and topics! In-person attendance for corporate, law firm and provider attendees is only $199 (a steal for 2 days of great eDiscovery education and networking!) and it’s free for college/university students/professors, judicial officers & staff and government employees and all virtual attendees. There’s no reason not to attend!
So, what do you think? We have one week until the 10th annual UF Law eDiscovery conference! Are you going to be the only eDiscovery professional that doesn’t attend? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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