In his latest blog post, ediscovery expert Craig Ball seeks input on a curriculum that would provide litigators with basic ediscovery competence.
my comments to Craig’s post, I explain my view that most litigators don’t have the interest in information technology that, in my experience, is necessary (in addition to education) to allow them to attain basic ediscovery competence. In my view, litigators who aren’t interested in information technology should retain knowledgeable co-counsel who are. See Comment to Rule 1.1 of the Model Rules of Professional Conduct.
Joe Looby’s unique historical documentary, The Decade of Discovery ( 10th Mountain Films), shows how a few lawyers, judges, and scholars recognized the scope of the looming electronic discovery juggernaut and took the first major systematic steps to rein it in. Continue reading
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