[teknoids] Electronic Discovery courses at other law schools?
SBeckman at charlestonlaw.org
Wed Aug 1 11:36:58 EDT 2007
I teach a course titled "Technology and the Law." The course includes
discussions of ESI and similar issues although the course as a whole is
Assistant Professor of Law
Charleston School of Law
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[mailto:teknoids-bounces at ruckus.law.cornell.edu] On Behalf Of Simon,
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 5:02 PM
To: teknoids at ruckus.law.cornell.edu
Subject: [teknoids] Electronic Discovery courses at other law schools?
Hi, Teknoids. I'm wondering what schools teach a course in Electronic
Discovery and/or Data Seizure or anything similar.
Here at William & Mary, we have a tenured faculty member who teaches
this course once a year, and we are wondering what other schools are
doing now that the FRCP have been amended to provide for ESI.
I searched around the Teknoids site trying to see if anyone else had
recently asked about this, but I didn't find anything.
I'm asking here in hopes of avoiding the task of reading all of the
various course catalogs. We are generally wondering how much
availability (not to mention interest) there is out there for this kind
Heidi D. Simon, JD
Strand Post-Graduate Fellow in Legal Technology
Center for Legal and Court Technology & the Courtroom 21 Project
William & Mary School of Law
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