Master Data Storytelling

Master Data Storytelling with this Webinar from IPRO and ACEDS!: eDiscovery Webinars

Want to learn three different key stages where you can master data storytelling? Attend this webinar from ACEDS and IPRO tomorrow!

Tomorrow, ACEDS, in association with IPRO will host the webinar The Art of eDiscovery: 3 Ways Law Firms Can Master Data Storytelling (available here) at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT). Join IPRO’s Director of Solutions Consulting Randi Trulove and Business Development Manager Britt Willingham for an insightful webinar that explores the intersection of eDiscovery and the art of data storytelling, specifically designed for legal professionals.

Whether you are a lawyer, paralegal, or legal expert, this webinar will equip you with valuable insights and techniques to help you quickly and efficiently find the data that will help you present your client’s story for your case.


By the end of this session, you will have a solid grasp of three different key stages that could all produce the story telling data you need: Pre-discovery, Discovery, and Production. You’ll be empowered with actionable techniques and workflows that will enhance your chances of finding the documents to support your case’s compelling narratives.

Don’t miss this opportunity to transform your approach to eDiscovery and elevate your ability to find the evidence you need to support your data storytelling skills. Register here to secure your spot in this engaging webinar to learn when and how you can master data storytelling!

So, what do you think? Is your organization struggling with understanding your data in discovery? If so, attend tomorrow’s webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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