Recommind Launches Predictive Coding Training
Recommind today introduced its Predictive Coding Training Program to formally educate legal practitioners and litigation support professionals in its own version of the automated review technology. The program, to be launched in April, will consist of online and in-person training. Successful participants will receive certification, the company says.
Law firm Morgan Lewis has partnered with Recommind in the "educational campaign" in technology-assisted review, according to partner Tess Blair. The website mentions a CLE Webinar featuring Blair on March 15, "Predictive Coding: Separating Myth From Reality," hosted on Virtual LegalTech.
Recommind plans to extend the program into the U.K. and Europe later this year, as well as Asia "on an as-needed basis."
The press release capitalizes on U.S. District Court Magistrate Judge Andrew Peck's recent opinion allowing the technology in Da Silva Moore, using language such as "landmark," "officially endorsed," and "groundbreaking." (Download DaSilvaMoore 2-24-12 Opinion.)
Read full press release here.
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