In the technology-driven world we live in today, practitioners are presented with what often seems to be never ending challenges. Some professionals might view new technology and eDiscovery as mystifying at first, and believe that deciphering new innovations is beyond their capabilities. It probably isn't. In 2018, technology has progressed to the point where legal teams don't need to pay for costly training or expensive consultants. In this presentation, you'll learn how legal professionals are turning the tables by using technology to reduce costs, save time, and fulfill ethical obligations of competence.
Erin Corken is an attorney, law professor, and has consulted for hundreds of law firms and attorneys on E-Discovery best practices and legal technology. She is a frequent writer and speaker on complex legal technology issues involving electronic data discovery, data privacy and security, and hosted and managed document review. She received her J.D. from the University of Cincinnati College of Law. Currently, she teaches E-Discovery, Data Privacy, and Data Security courses at several law schools and paralegal programs. Prior to academia, she served as law clerk for Judge Stephen M. McNamee, United States District Court, District of Arizona and late managed global E-Discovery projects for top international law firms and Fortune 100 corporations.
Chris Rauen is an attorney, seasoned ediscovery expert, and the Head of Product Training at Logikcull. Currently, he helps Logikcull customers implement, manage, and simplify ediscovery. Prior to his time at Logikcull, Chris received his J.D. from George Washington University School of Law and subsequently managed eDiscovery projects at multiple AmLaw 100 firms and corporations throughout the United States.