The Ninth Annual ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery, Law and Technology Conference will be held March 11-12, 2020

This highly engaging conference focuses on the practical and emerging issues affecting the practice of law in the digital age. Leading jurists, attorneys, and technologists will walk you through the latest cutting-edge issues in eDiscovery, information governance, privacy, security, and new forms of electronically-stored information. All who participate—whether new to eDiscovery or building on their expertise—will find valuable knowledge and networking opportunities.

Featured Speakers in 2020

Maura R. Grossman

University of waterloo

Hon. Xavier Rodriguez

U.S. District Court Judge, Western Distict of Texas

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Hon. Kristen L. Mix

U.S. Magistrate Judge, District of Colorado

What people are saying

Of all the conference options available, ASU Arkfeld stands head and shoulders above the others. Simple, honest, and direct, it is about good lawyering at the intersection of law and technology.
Bil Kellermann
Hanson bridgett LLP
This is the event to attend to learn practical tips on how to do better discovery and what the future holds.
Kelly Twigger
ESI attorneys

Learn with us

Nearly two hundred attorneys and other legal professionals will gather this March at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law in Downtown Phoenix, Arizona, to learn eDiscovery best practices and gain insights from the nation’s leading judges, practitioners, and technology experts.

Come be a part of this thriving, nationwide community of professionals learning and sharing how technology is dramatically changing the practice of law.

Eligible for up to 12 hours of CLE, including up to 2 hours of Ethics.*

To learn more, contact Josh Abbott, Executive Director, ASU Center for Law, Science and Innovation

*The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 12 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona.