E-discovery training crucial to a full legal education

Training would prepare students for the realities of practice

Are law schools doing enough to prepare graduates for today’s technologically-oriented legal environment?  If they are not teaching courses in e-discovery, they should be, says Bill Hamilton, a National e-discovery partner at Quarles and Brady LLP in Tampa, Fla. 

“Legal practice habits change slowly, and this is a rapidly changing new environment,” said Hamilton, who is also the E-Discovery Dean and Department Chair at Bryan University, where students can earn a graduate level certificate in E-discovery.  In addition, he is the Director of the E-Discovery Law Project at University of Florida, Levin College of Law.

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Hilary Daninhirsch

Hilary Daninhirsch is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  In 2000, she left the practice of law to raise her children...

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