10 Responses to Jason Baron’s Keynote Speech — “Boldly Going Where Few Judges Have Gone Before: The Emerging Case Law on Software-Assisted Document Review and Our Next 5 Year Mission”

  1. Craig Ball says:

    Wonderful speech! Really hits the mark throughout.

  2. David B. Siarny says:

    Agreed. Can’t wait to see the video to hear variance from the printed text.

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