E-Discovery Law and Practice

Elective Course
Course Number: LAW 595
Credits: 2

E-Disovery Law and Practice will cover both the law and the actual practice of e-discovery. Based on the Electronic Discovery Reference Model, student will learn the current law around preservation, collection, review, and production of digital evidence. As students learn the law, they will use current technology to implement each step in the Model. Students will gain experience with e-discovery through participation in pretrial conference, hold letters, data collection, review, and production. Lastly, students will review e-discovery data provided by opposing counsel in preparation for trial.