Things you should know as a paralegal . . . E-Discovery

The practice of law is changing rapidly with evolving technology.  Of course some lawyers (I include myself) rely on our paralegals and support staff to keep us aware of trends.  I resisted email and web surfing for as long as I could.  However, I can see that such ostrich-like behavior does me no good as a practitioner.  While I was content to know only WordPerfect (all real attorneys use it), my paralegal was out solving daily issues using all the technology available to her.  I was grateful for her skills.

Today, lawyers need paralegals to help them with one of the most important issues facing the legal community, E-Discovery.  In the coming months, we will be featuring some posts about this important issue.  Below are some web sites you can check out on the subject:

http://www.borrowedladder.com/blog/
http://www.technolawyer.com/
http://www.clearwellsystems.com/e-discovery-blog/
http://www.ediscoveryinstitute.org/
http://www.ediscoverylaw.com/
http://cfed-ttf.blogspot.com/
http://arkfeld.blogs.com/
http://edrm.net/
http://www.thesedonaconference.org/
http://www.ediscoverycalifornia.com/
http://www.digital-legal.com
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2 CommentsLeave a comment

  1. Thank you for this great information

    Regards

  2. This is the first blog I have ever viewed! I am sure I will come to appreciate the list of suggested websites.


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