New this year: Join us for a pre-conference ESI/ eDiscovery Boot Camp!

Co-sponsored by the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law’s
ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery program of the Center for Law, Science, and Innovation,
and the Office of Career and Employment Services

*Open to everyone – you do not have to register for the conference to attend the Boot Camp


The Details:

  • Date: Tuesday, March 6
  • Time: 8:30 am – 11:30 am
  • Location: Beus Center for Law & Society, 111 E. Taylor St., Phoenix – ROOM 650
  • Cost: FREE
  • Who should attend?: Current law students (JD and MLS!), recent graduates, young legal professionals, and interested ASU-Arkfeld Conference Attendees


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Why Attend? 

  • Learn a foundational piece of legal work that will enhance your career opportunities, and hear from an expert panel why these skills are essential today, in litigation and beyond
  • Gain a basic understanding of the vocabulary, process, and applicability of eDiscovery and use of ESI (electronically stored information) in legal practice
  • See demonstrations of common ESI tools and platforms used in practice
  • Cover essential points of ethics and professional responsibility related to ESI
  • CLE CREDIT Available: 2.5 hours, including 2 hours of Professional Responsibility (AZ)


The Agenda:

8:30 – 8:45: Introduction & Context – ESI areas, careers, applicability

8:45-9:30: Lingo Lesson, the EDRM Model, & Dos and Don’ts

  • Vocabulary and common terms
  • EDRM flow and who deals with what
  • Most common mistakes


9:45 – 10:45: ESI Tools and Platforms

  • Practical Law Demo (Thomson Reuters)
  • Relativity Demo
  • Catalyst Repository Systems Demo


10:45 – 11:30: Panel Discussion and Q&A
Hear from a panel of employers, attorney(s), industry professionals (such as service providers, litigation support, or compliance), and the judiciary as they discuss:

  • Ethics and professional responsibility
  • What do the judges expect/want to see?
  • Why this? Job opportunities and benefits of ESI knowledge, for laywers and non-attorney legal professionals
  • Projections: Emerging technologies, changes in legal practice and industry, and unique opportunities for  young professionals
    (Think Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain, Cybersecurity / Data Privacy, and Legal Analytics…)


Questions? E-mail Lauren Burkhart, Director of the Center for Law, Science, and Innovation, ASU Law:

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