Proportionality in Civil E-Discovery
September 17, 2015
Sarah Montgomery, an attorney with the Executive Office of the U.S. DOJ and an adjunct professor teaching Civil E-Discovery at the School of Law will discuss proportionality in civil e-discovery in light of the upcoming amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The seminar will cover what lawyers (in-house and outside counsel) and judges need to know from a technical standpoint when making proportionality determinations in civil discovery.
Cloud Computing and the Virtual Law Office
October 1, 2015
Anthony Bellino, a licensed attorney and project management specialist with Deloitte will discuss Cloud Computing, the Virtual Law Office, and how attorneys are leveraging technology in the 21st Century. The seminar will cover a discussion of cloud computing and how attorneys are using technology to virtualize the practice of law.
A Legal Perspective on Transportation Network Companies and Other Developments in Driving
October 15, 2015
This interactive seminar with Bryant Walker Smith will survey legal issues raised by Transportation Network Companies such as Uber and Lyft in the context of broader developments in motor vehicle design and operation (including increasing automation and connectivity).
November 12, 2015
Have you ever wondered, what’s the deal with billing? Come hear an attorney discuss the basics of billing, including what activities are billed, a lawyer’s time increments, and why it’s important to have a method to stay organized. Then see a demonstration of one billing program used in firms, Clio, by Certified Clio Consultant Doug Edmunds.