How To Leverage E-Discovery Day

How To Leverage E-Discovery Day to Its Fullest: eDiscovery Webinars

E-Discovery Day is happening on December 7th! Here’s a webinar that will show you how to leverage E-Discovery Day to its fullest!

Thursday, November 16th, Exterro will host the webcast How To Leverage E-Discovery Day to Its Fullest (available here) at 3pm ET (2pm CT, noon PT). In this upcoming webcast, hear from e-discovery leaders on how best to navigate your e-discovery career and learn how E-Discovery Day can be leveraged to it’s fullest to advance your e-discovery career in 2024.

Speakers include:

  • Khrys McKinney, Founder, K L McKinney
  • Michael Potters, CEO, Glenmont Group
  • Michael Quartararo, President, ACEDS
  • Mary Mack, CEO, EDRM

Let’s face it, careers in eDiscovery are in uncertain times. With the growing interest around AI, an unstable economy, and converging eDiscovery, data governance, privacy practices, it’s more important than ever that eDiscovery professionals think strategically about their careers. Register here to learn how to leverage E-Discovery Day to its fullest, this Thursday!

Can’t make it on Thursday? Register anyway to ensure you receive a recording of the event if you are unable to attend.

eDiscovery Today is a proud sponsor of E-Discovery Day!

So, what do you think? Are you looking for great eDiscovery education and to network with eDiscovery professionals?  If so, consider attending the webcast! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.


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