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OLP Online Education: E-Discovery@Work

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Posted on May 29th, 2010

Introducing eDiscovery@Work, an online, interactive series designed specifically for the experienced Legal Professional.

Finally, eDiscovery courses for legal professionals that are in-depth, step-by-step, and carefully designed to give you the most up-to-date and latest information.

The OLP is pleased to announce its strategic alliance with The Center for Advanced Legal Studies to develop three eight-week online, interactive courses designed to teach you eDiscovery from beginning to end.

No more taking a seminar here, a webinar there trying to piece the eDiscovery puzzle together – Hoping that your on-the-job training hasn’t left something out.

Taught by some of the most knowledgeable attorneys, litigation support professionals, and consultants in the U.S. and beyond, these courses have been specifically tailored to take you from where you are today and advance your knowledge far beyond an ordinary short seminar or webinar. You will:

  • Interact with and see the instructors and other students across the country
  • Get formal training in eDiscovery from top experts in the country
  • Use state-of-the-art technology in each class
  • Meet at convenient times

THREE NEW COURSES:

1. eDiscovery 101A – Fundamentals of eDiscovery
For those new to eDiscovery or those who may not have learned all of the integrated topics present in this new and exploding practice specialty.

2. eDiscovery, The Next Level
An advanced course for those who have at least 2-3 years of experience or more.

3. eDiscovery for Non-Legal Professionals
A course specifically designed for those technology professionals who are handling eDiscovery but transitioned to the legal field from another industry. Designed for those with little or no legal background.  

Just a few of the topics we’ll cover:

  • EDRM
  • ESI
  • New Rules of Federal Civil Procedure
  • Preserving Accessible and Inaccessible ESI
  • Litigation Holds
  • Duty to Preserve
  • International eDiscovery
  • Where to Find Metadata
  • Anatomy of a Computer
  • Rules 16 & 26
  • The Sedona Principles
  • Cloud Computing
  • Collection Strategies
  • Duty to Disclose
  • Inadvertent Disclosure
  • Discovery & Daubert
  • Depositions Under Rule 30
  • Ethical Considerations
  • Case Studies

and more!

Courses for Non-Legal Professionals (Staff members with no legal background) also include:

  • Ethics
  • Civil Procedure
  • The Discovery Process
  • Law Firm Terminology


State-of-the-Art Technology

What we offer is not your typical online instruction. From the Center for Advanced Legal Studies, an ABA approved school, we have designed our online classes to include live, interactive teaching sessions. Utilizing the latest in distance education technology, your eDiscovery courses come alive and allows you to discuss, in real-time via webcam, topics, issues, questions and assignments with your instructor and fellow students.

Class Schedule

eDiscovery @ Work will begin with three online, interactive courses meeting two nights per week, two hours each session for eight weeks. There will be some homework assigned. Classes will be graded on a pass/fail basis and a formal, final exam will be given. Guest speakers will be invited to give you different perspectives of a field still in transition. Students will be expected to attend all sessions. Recorded makeup sessions will be available.

eDiscovery 101A begins July 20, 2010 meeting Tuesday and Wednesday. The class will meet 2 times per week, in the evening, 4:00 – 6:00 pm Pacific; 7:00 – 9:00 pm Eastern time.

eDiscovery for the Non-Legal Professional begins July 19th and meets 2 times per week in the evening, Monday & Wednesday, 4:00 – 6:00 pm Pacific, 7:00 – 9:00 pm Eastern time.

eDiscovery, The Next Level begins August 3, 2010. Meets 2x per week, 2 hours each class. There will be another Next Level course starting this fall for those taking 101A who wish to continue on with The Next Level. You do not have to take eDiscovery 101A in order to take eDiscovery, the Next Level.

How to Register:

NOW ACCEPTING EARLY REGISTRATION. THESE COURSES ARE EXPECTED TO SELL-OUT. BE SURE TO RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW.

Seating is limited. Only 30 students accepted for each course. Seating is accepted on a first-come-first-served basis. We do expect these courses to sell-out quickly and early registration is encouraged.

Tuition:

TWO WAYS TO REGISTER:

 $895.00 per course, per person, paid upon registration

(SAVE $100.00 + get a FREE Webcam)

$995.00 per course, per person plus books and materials.

Make two payments: $498.00 paid at time of registration;
$489.00 paid prior to start date.

We accept credit cards or checks or we will invoice your firm.

Register now and get a free membership in The OLP. Current members get a 10% discount.


SPECIAL REGISTRATION INCENTIVE: Pay in full by June 15th – $100 off!

REGISTER TODAY! ONLY 30 SEATS AVAILABLE FOR EACH COURSE
Call or e-mail us for multiple attendee discounts.

eDiscovery 101A eDiscovery for Non-Legal
Fundamentals of eDiscovery Professionals

$895.00 Make 2 Payments
Pay by June 15th                                           1/2 due at registration
Save $100.00!                                               1/2 due 5 days prior to
Plus books & materials                                  start of class.
Total Due: $895.00                                       Plus books & materials
Total Due: $995.00

PLUS: For members only –
Receive a 10% discount off the tuition listed above!

Call or e-mail us regarding group discounts.

To register: Please send e-mail with all contact information, whether you are a member, names of courses you would like to attend and put name of attorneys lit support, contact info; State in the “re” line whether you are a member or non-member. You will receive in a invoice in just a few hours.

Send to: info@theolp.org.
Pay all tuition by June 15, 2010 and save $100.00!

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