OLP Offers Online E-Discovery Course

Wednesday, June 2, 2010 - 01:00

The Organization of Legal Professionals (OLP) in conjunction with the Center for Advanced Legal Studies will launch the first-ever online interactive e-discovery course for legal professionals, eDiscovery@work.

This will be a comprehensive series of three eight-week online interactive sessions designed to teach e-discovery from start to finish. The first course in the series will begin on Monday, July 19.

This training is specifically tailored to facilitate learning requirements at three separate levels of experience. The first is E-Discovery 101A: Fundamentals of E-Discovery; the second is E-Discovery, The Next Level; and the final section, E-Discovery for Non-Legal Professionals, is designed to instruct technology professionals transitioning into the legal e-discovery field.

The topics in each series of classes includes Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; EDRM; preserving accessible and inaccessible electroni-cally stored information; duty to preserve; litigation holds; where to find metadata; the Sedona Principles; cloud computing; collection strategies; inadvertent disclosure; discovery and Daubert depositions under Rule 30; and ethical considerations and early case assessments.

For information about available CLE credits and fees, visit CLE Events on The Metropolitan Corporate Counsel website at www.metrocorpcounsel.com.

To register for the program visit www.theolp.org/Defaultaspx?pageId=629321 or call (760) 610-5462.