Location: Washington, D.C. This one day conference critically examines the usefulness and effectiveness of "technology-assisted" review as a tool whose proponents assert will substantially reduce ediscovery costs. It will bring together 60 senior-level practitioners sophisticated in ediscovery, industry experts, scholars, and federal judges in a collaborative environment aimed at informing and developing consensus positions that can guide policy-makers and decision-makers, including the Advisory Committee on Civil Rules. More information can be found by clicking on the link or contact Ann Yandian at email@example.com. (This event is full.)
Gift to fund new Immigration Clinic
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CANCELED: "Technology-Assisted" Review: A Critical Analysis Conference
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