4 Responses to The Law Firm Apprenticeship Tradition And Why Most Lawyers Are Still Untrained in e-Discovery

  1. Ralph Artigliere says:

    When I began practicing as an associate at a large firm in Florida in 1977, I was assigned a partner who reviewed my work, spoke with me daily, and every Friday went over my progress for the week and asked me about each assignment and also whether I was fitting in enough family activities(I was married with two boys). That mentoring was invaluable to me and my development as a lawyer and person. The problem with eDiscovery, as Ralph points out in this and prior articles is that the mentor/master in most cases knows far less than a new associate about eDiscovery. Lawyers will need to find guidance somewhere, which is why I am intrigued with Ralph’s collaborative/interactive educational approach.

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