Identifying digital literacy as an important and integral strategic and operational skill for legal businesses in terms of business planning, legal service delivery, meeting client expectations, providing a great client experience, supporting positive staff engagement and experience, as well as for reaching performance goals, CLI’s Digital Literary Series provides a wide lens for individuals and organisations on what legal tech exists, how legal tech might be used and how legal tech can be embedded for effective legal practice. Knowledge can be gained from legal tech designers and all legal service stakeholders.
The eDiscovery Mini Series is part of the Digital Literary Series and eDiscovery Evolution – Setting up for Success is the first in this five episode series.
Nicholas Andreatidis QC champions legal tech at the Bar. He has conducted several lengthy e-trials and is a representative on a Law Council of Australia working group in relation to opportunities to better promote the use of e-trials and sharing of more information through electronic means. He will join Kiri Parr (Former General Counsel, Arup) and Natalie Burgess (Senior Associate, Maddocks) to share thoughts on using eDiscovery on the front line of dispute resolution from the perspective of counsel, in house counsel and law firm lawyer respectively.
Topics covered in the session will include:
- The evolution of eDiscovery in Australia
- What problems does eDiscovery solve?
- Where do I begin?
- Why should I use an eDiscovery provider?
- When should I use an eDiscovery provider?
- How do I select an eDiscovery provider?
- Developing an effective document management strategy
- eDiscovery Solutions from other perspectives
Date: Thursday 17 February 1200-1399 AEST
Webinar registration is free.