The second annual Arizona State University-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference takes place on March 13-15 at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU in Tempe, Ariz. (near Phoenix). Attendees can receive up to 15 CLE credits. The first 80 registrants receive an e-discovery Best Practices Guide as part of the conference fee.
It is an exciting time for us as we continue preparing for the conference with prominent speakers and content. Joining us will be federal Magistrate Judge John Facciola, (left) of the District of Columbia, who is providing the keynote address and assistance on several panels. Maura Grossman will discuss "technology-assisted review," and we'll have a host of other experts discussing e-discovery and digital evidence trends and issues.
There's no better time to visit the beautiful Grand Canyon State than in the spring, when you can catch a spring training baseball game, play golf and tennis at world-class venues, or simply bask in the sun around the pool. All that in addition to brushing up on the critical field of electronic information.