Extract from David Horrigan's article "ILTACON Litigation Support Day and the Future of a Profession and an Industry"
Litigation support teams bring together many professionals, including data scientists, database administrators, project managers, paralegals, and technologists.
How do you create educational programming for such an eclectic group?
We’ll be doing it at Relativity Fest in October, but before we gather in Chicago for the world’s largest e-discovery conference, we’ll be taking a new approach to litigation support education in Orlando, where you’ll find us later this month at the International Legal Technology Association’s annual ILTACON.
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