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LAW 6237 : Electronic Discovery and Evidence
Fri, 25 Aug 2017 08:01:58 GMT
Fri, 16 Jun 2017 15:35:14 GMT
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Electronic Discovery and Evidence
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Electronic Discovery & Evidenc
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This seminar provides students a solid grounding in an important civil litigation topic:
the discovery and use at trial (or other evidentiary proceedings) of electronically-stored
information (ESI). Students will learn how ESI has changed litigation and how practitioners and
judges apply discovery and case management rules and practices to ESI issues. The course is
graded on a CR/NC basis. There are no prerequisites for this course. (Student exercises and writing assignments)
Students will learn about how ESI has changed litigation and how practitioners and judges are applying discovery and case management rules and practices to ESI issues.
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