This week’s blog is the video sequel to last week’s lengthy article. To make up for the shockingly large number of words that I threw out at you last week (5,389 to be exact), this time I will only write to say that this is a ten minute video segment from my law school class at the University of Florida (the students are shown at the end of the video), which I co-teach with Professor William Hamilton.
Thank you for this very clever and illustrative view of ESI.
David E. Johnson
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Absolutely brilliant follow-up to your epic blog post from last week! You owned that presentation, well done.
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Although I prefer Whole Foods (the paper bag), I choose plastic. Well done! Very entertaining.
I teach E-Discovery, and I know the challenge to keep the technical and legal information from bogging the students down. What an entertaining and creative way to keep your students engaged in the analysis of form of production. Well done!
William & Mary School of Law
Great video and very informative.