I dreamed up the graphic shown here today to symbolize my new e-discovery law training program. I really like the look and feel. I am going for a clean, simple, friendly, global education vibe. This logo harkens back to my first job out of college running a Little Professor Book Center for my Dad. Hope you like it too. Feel free to use this new graphic to refer to the training program.
At this point over sixty students have signed up, including two professors, and attorneys from several major law firms. This week saw our first enrollment from lawyers in Africa and Japan. E-Disco is truly a global dance, a world-wide challenge.
Check out the collection of e-learning essays I have put together on this blog at the School Page. It includes my interview with Judge Shira Scheindlin on e-discovery education. Also featured are guest blogs by William Hamilton, an Adjunct Professor of Law at UF (as am I, we frequently co-teach classes), and Shannon Capone Kirk of Ropes & Gray, who is also an Adjunct Professor.
One more thing. Too busy to sign-up for the free first quarter, but still slightly curious as to what the 61 online classes look like? No problem. I’ve now opened the first class just for you. You don’t even have to register. Just click in. There are sixty more after this, and the first fifteen are free.
Maybe you are already an expert and don’t need this, but still, you probably know someone who could benefit from a tad bit more education in this area? Help me out and spread the word. I’ve just updated the language explaining it all and added a bunch of cool graphics to the e-discoveryteamtraining.com web. Also, if you have an idea to make this program or blog better, please let me know. Finally, dear vendors, let me hear from you. Major announcements coming soon and you don’t want to miss the train.