E-Discovery Applications and Practices introduces legal professionals to the workflows and best practices adopted by the E-Discovery industry that comply with federal and state statute and case law. This course presents each stage of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM) and case scenarios will be analyzed to see what methods and procedures work and do not work at each stage. In addition, hands-on exercises and drills will be done in various software tools and utilities to assist students in learning the technical complexities of E-Discovery. Finally, students will learn project management concepts to apply in E-Discovery matters to manage deadlines, calculate costs, and assess proportionality to a matter.
Other Credits: UCSD certifies this course is approved by the State Bar of California for 20 hours MCLE credit.
Note: Required Prerequisites: Civil Litigation II (LAW-40021) and Computer Essentials for the Legal Professional (LAW-40070); OR paralegal certificate or degree; OR 1 year of litigation experience
Course Number: LAW-40076
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)