E-Discovery Crash Course
Confused by e-discovery? Take this crash course to quickly learn the e-discovery workflow and develop practical skills to make you more valuable to your firm
So what is e-discovery? Electronic discovery (aka eDiscovery or e-discovery) is the process by which electronic data is eventually used as evidence in a legal case. The electronic data must be identified, collected, searched and exchanged with the parties in accordance with the state or federal rules of evidence and procedure.
Sign up and learn:
- E-discovery explained
- Why we needed an e-discovery roadmap
- The stages of the EDRM e-discovery workflow
- DOWNLOAD of the E-discovery Readiness Checklist
- This course is eligible for one (1) Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists (ACEDS) re-certification or eligibility Credit
"I loved the real life examples you gave to clarify/solidify points. Super helpful for someone who is not well versed in the world of litigation. I like the mix of media too."
- Tracy W.
Ms. Loveland has over two decades of practice support, litigation and project management experience in medium and large law firms, consulting services and now government. She has extensive case and project management experience on large complex to small cases; including multi-jurisdictional cases in state and federal court. Tamara is currently serving as an Electronic Evidence Specialist in criminal and civil cases for the U.S. Attorney’s office. She is also a current Adjunct Professor with UCLA Extension and a former Adjunct Professor at Cal State Los Angeles, teaching litigation technology and e-discovery project management classes in the paralegal training programs.
Tamara's practice support specialties include electronic document collection, preservation, spoliation prevention, preparing e-discovery budgets, designing and building case-specific databases in Relativity or Eclipse SE, preparing electronic data for production, setting up war rooms and creating multi-media presentations for trial.
Tamara holds a Bachelor's Degree in Business Management, several e-discovery related software certifications and is a a Certified Paralegal.