Women in eDiscovery Announces its Participation in Upcoming National Events
Includes the Masters Conference and “Advancement of Women within the Legal Community” half day conference
Once again, the Masters Conference has teamed up with Women in eDiscovery to offer special pricing and educational sessions at its upcoming conference. The theme of the Masters Conference 2012 on October 8-10 at the Grand Hyatt in Washington, D.C. is Information Convergence:
Tuesday, October 9, at 3:00 PM Eastern, Women in eDiscovery will hold a session at the Masters Conference titled, “Women Thought Leaders.” Members and Masters Conference attendees will learn the latest tips and tricks in eDiscovery and how you can integrate cloud computing and Web 2.0 into your strategy. They will also hear about key issues facing legal, compliance and IT professionals involved in supporting eDiscovery processes.
Special Guest Moderator is Laura Zubulake, author of the book "Zubulake's e-Discovery:
On Wednesday, October 10, Women in eDiscovery, the Masters Conference and Georgetown Center for Continuing and Professional Education present “Advancement of Women within the Legal Community,” a half-day of education and networking.
The afternoon’s events include:
11:30 – 12:30 Lunch Reception and Presentation
1:00 – 2:00 Georgetown Certification Training – Kelly Holdcraft, Director, Georgetown Paralegal
1:00 – 2:00 Carving out traditional and non-traditional career paths in eDiscovery by leveraging skills sets in IT, PM, legal, sales, HR – WiE Executive Members
2:30 – 3:30 Women staying in the Forefront of Law and Technology – Allison Stanton, Director of E-Discovery, Civil Division, Department of Justice
2:30 – 3:30 Current trends re international eDiscovery challenges as presented by women on the bench, in government and large corporations, moderated by Zelda Owens
Both evenings will conclude with a cocktail reception at the Masters Conference host hotel, the Grand Hyatt.
Hotel reservations, registration and member discount information can be found on the Women in eDiscovery website, http://www.womeninediscovery.org.
Women in eDiscovery has 30 chapters across three countries. The organization’
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