Coming soon! The e-Discovery Team Blog will give away, at least in part, law school quality legal education. This will be an online, interactive course open to everyone, not just law students. It will provide in-depth training in electronic discovery law, not just a video of another fluff CLE. The course will require between 50 to 150 hours of study to complete, depending on how much of the suggested homework you do. If you read my blog, and want this kind of instruction program, sign up for the program when it comes out next week. Tell your friends and colleagues about it too. If you are already an expert or a vendor, contact me about participating in the online course as a provider. Maybe if the blog response is good enough, my family will stop giving me pathetic tee shirts for Christmas as shown in the picture.
A little bit more about the course: it is divided into four quarters. The first quarter will be open to all students for free, no charge. All you will have to do is register. After sampling the first quarter, we hope students will want to pay for the remainder and other upgrades, including personal email time with some of the leading experts in the world. More coming soon. Make me happy and get involved. Together we can teach our way out of the e-discovery mess the profession now finds itself in.
Your blog is great reading, and an excellent resource for those of us who need to stay on top of developments in electronic discovery but cannot focus exclusively (or even primarily) on it. I am very excited to hear about this course and will certainly be signing up for the first quarter.
I’ll be back next week to sign up for the course.
If I remember to come back next week to read your blog I’ll sign up. 😉
Great t-shirt by the way…kudos to your family.
PS. Love the snowstorm.js