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Continuing Legal Education

eDiscovery for Federal Government Practitioners

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June 25, 2014

Join more than 200 thought leaders and colleagues in the Public Sector for a collaborative electronic discovery and litigation technology conference held at Georgetown Law Center, designed solely by and for government practitioners.  Attendance is free for all federal government employees (NOTE: Free registration does NOT include CLE credit).

Federal government practitioners play many roles in the litigation and related arenas, including acting in situations where:

  • The federal government is the requesting party in criminal and civil investigations;
  • The federal government is the producing party in litigation and in responding to FOIA and other forms of access requests; and
  • The federal government is handling unique "information governance" issues while operating under challenging fiscal and technological constraints. 

All these tasks must be conducted while maintaining an extensive knowledge of internal controls, regulatory requirements, and procurement guidelines that lead to end-of-mission success.  In this era where resources are scarce, learn from your colleagues at other agencies so you can replicate their success and avoid problems.

Registration Note:
Registration for eDiscovery for Federal Government Practitioners has closed as the event has reached maximum capacity. Should you like to have your name added to a wait list, please email cle@law.georgetown.edu.

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