Georgetown Law CLE & Exterro have partnered to create a new legal thought leadership educational initiative called edTalks, featuring innovative and thought provoking presentations on cutting edge e-discovery ideas, concepts and best practices. Each edTalk is only 15 minutes long, empowering you to quickly get new techniques and knowledge for re-thinking and improving your e-discovery practices.
In this on-demand webcast, see three separate edTalks, followed by a short interview with the edTalks speaker along with Q&A from the audience.
- edTalk #1: Can Lawyers Be Saved?
- Short description: A hard look at the challenge of lawyer competence in information technology and e-discovery, addressing the question, "Must the paper chasers die off, or can trial lawyers learn to thrive in a digital world?"
- Presented by: Craig Ball
- edTalk #2: A Healthy Competition for Competence
- Short description: Collegial competitive disconnects between information security, data protection, ediscovery, supervising litigation and outside merits counsel can negatively impact the adoption of innovation and risks reputational damage to our profession. How recognizing, leveraging and learning from the strengths of our colleagues can turn a hostile heat into a healthy competition for technical competence.
- Presented by: Susan Hammond
- edTalk #3: Digital Leviathan
- Short description: Like life in the real world, life in the digital world is likely to be nasty, brutish, and short without governance. Programatic Information Governance, while complex and difficult to achieve, is the key to escaping the digital "state of nature" and moving organizations of all sizes toward greater security and prosperity.
- Presented by: Aaron Crews
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