Relativity Fest 2023

Relativity Fest 2023 is Coming Up!: eDiscovery Conferences

Relativity Fest 2023 is coming up later this month! Yesterday, Relativity released some details about the upcoming conference.

Relativity Fest is an annual conference designed to educate and connect the eDiscovery community, and it’s taking place this year September 26-28 in Chicago. Yesterday, Relativity announced its speaker lineup and other key event information for Relativity Fest 2023, including some key sessions of interest (from 100+ total sessions), including:

  • The 10th Annual Relativity Innovation Awards, 9/26 at 4:45 p.m. CT: The Innovation Awards celebrate organizations and individuals in the community who build innovative solutions, break down barriers for technology in the practice of law, and take Relativity and its community to the next level.
  • Transform Review with Generative AI, 9/27 at 10:45 a.m. CT: The audience will learn how Relativity is responsibly approaching and incorporating generative AI and large language models in RelativityOne, to continue optimizing and accelerating core workflows for investigations and litigation.
  • 10th Annual Judicial Panel, 9/27 at 1:00 p.m. CT: Relativity will look back at some of the issues that have made the law of e-discovery one of the most dynamic and cutting-edge areas of law over the past decade. Panelists will examine how the law has changed, how it has stayed the same, where the judges’ predictions were correct, and when they were somewhat less than correct. This session will also look to the future to hear what the judges see on the horizon on topics from AI to the trinity of cooperation, proportionality and sanctions in e-discovery.
  • The Law, The Taliban, and the Women Judges of Afghanistan, 9/27 at 2:30 p.m. CT: In this program developed by Relativity and the National Association of Women Judges, the audience will learn about the legal changes in Afghanistan and the judges’ harrowing escapes from Afghanistan.
  • ABCD… ESG: The ESG Basics for e-Discovery, 9/27 at 3:45 p.m. CT: While it may seem like the “alphabet soup of the day,” ESG is here to stay. Panelists will discuss common misconceptions about ESG, ways that related policies and regulations may impact the industry, and how professionals can both do their part to support a better future and get ahead of the curve.
  • The Future of Short Message Discovery, 9/27 at 3:45 p.m. CT: Short messages add new dimensions to review data beyond just that of documents. This session will share Relativity’s technical solutions enabling this transformative moment in the industry, and how Relativity is architecting the future experience of short message to continue empowering users.
  • Access to Justice, 9/28 at 1:30 p.m. CT: Featuring a panel of legal professionals, this session will examine the state of access to justice in 2023, developments in the courts and Congress, and what the future holds for regulatory reform for lawyers.

The full detailed agenda is here. Relativity also will share more details on new generative AI capabilities within RelativityOne at the keynote on Sept. 27 at 9:00 a.m. CT. Check out other details about Relativity Fest 2023 via their announcement here!

Relativity Fest is still one of the few conferences that supports virtual and in-person attendance! Register to attend Relativity Fest virtually or in-person here.

I will be at the conference and will be reporting on notable educational sessions each day. Hope to see you there!

So, what do you think? Are you attending Relativity Fest 2023? If so, come say hi! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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