Fall 2018 • Law 610 • Credits: 3
Discovery of electronically stored information (ESI) or eDiscovery is an important, rapidly growing, and marketable area of modern legal practice. This course covers the theory, doctrine, procedure, and practice of conducting and managing eDiscovery. Using assigned readings of seminal and emerging case law and commentary as well as experiential skills exercises (e.g., a mock Rule 26f conference, written discovery, and deposition) students will gain a substantive understanding of this essential component of modern litigation.
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