Join us for our July Indianapolis Women in eDiscovery luncheon
July 26, 2017
12:00pm – 1:00pm
Indianapolis Bar Association
135 N Pennsylvania Street
Luncheon Provided by QDiscovery
What are the eDiscovery issues and challenges you face? Bring your questions and your expertise for a facilitated discussion. We'll learn from each other about strategies and resources to overcome these challenges. Our discussion will double as a brainstorming session for topics for our meetings through the rest of 2017.
In addition, we’re looking for board members for the Indianapolis chapter, and will discuss the positions and have handouts available. You’re invited to volunteer or nominate a candidate for these positions. Elections will be held at the next meeting.
Please RSVP by July 24th.
For more information contact Jackie Rosborough, WiE Executive Director at Jackie.Rosborough@womeninediscovery.org or Helen Geib at email@example.com.
We hope you can join us!
Cocktails, appetizers and an amazing view of the city will be provided, as well as the opportunity to mingle with other eDiscovery professionals.
There will be drawings at the end of the night to win prizes!
There is an indoor section of the rooftop area in case of bad weather, so please join us - rain or shine.
We encourage you to invite any fellow eDiscovery colleagues. The more the merrier!
WiE Chicago would like to thank our host Motorola Mobility for providing such a terrific venue for our event, our Sponsors for their generous support and the WiE Social Committee for their hard work planning this great event!
Please follow this link to RSVP
This is one of our most popular events, so RSVP soon!
RSVPs close July 21st!
Our philanthropic focus for this year is Sarah’s Circle--a non-profit organization dedicated to serving women who are homeless or in need of a safe space. Located in the Uptown community of Chicago, Sarah’s Circle has been providing support for women since 1979.
If you would like to contribute to this wonderful organization, we will be accepting both monetary donations and donations in kind at the event.
Sarah's Circle is always in need of basic supplies for the women they serve. Please feel free to bring any of the items with you to the event--these are in high demand and will be greatly appreciated by the women Sarah’s Circle helps!
Underwear (new only and larger sizes needed)***currently in very high demand
Please visit https://www.sarahs-circle.org/ for more information.
Women in eDiscovery's NYC chapter (WiE-NYC) is seeking 5-6 women to help serve lunch at St. Luke's Soup Kitchen every 2nd Tuesday of the Month for 2017. This is a great way to give back while also getting to know each other better! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
WHERE: St. Luke’s Soup Kitchen (located on W 46th between 8th and 9th).
WHEN: Every 2nd Tuesday from 12:45 PM – 2 PM (except for April and December).
NO APRIL DATE
No July meeting.
Save the date for the Aug. 10th meeting.
More info to come!
Thursday, August 10th at noon @ TBD, Alternative Data Sources: Autonomous Vehicles and eDiscovery, speaker; Jason Epstein, Partner at Nelson Mullins
Topic: Emerging Review Platform Trends
More info to follow.
Meeting sponsor: Envision Discovery
ACEDS and Women in eDiscovery Present “Celebrating WiE’s 10th Anniversary and Women Pioneers in eDiscovery"
An ILTA Event at Mandalay Bay Conference Center Ballroom C
Headed to ILTA next month? Don’t miss our amazing event from 4:30-6pm Honoring 10 Years of Women in eDiscovery & Women Pioneer in eDiscovery- Save the date and look for more to come! We have great opportunities for sponsorship, please contact Kaylee Walstad at email@example.com for more information.We are requesting your historical e-discovery photos of events, teams and ect. for our slide show presentation at the event. Please submit to ILTAevent@aceds.org for consideration of inclusion.
Registration link: http://www.aceds.org/events/EventDetails.aspx?id=991471&group
Topic: Female Entrepreneur Guest Speaker/Elections
More info to come.
The Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies is holding an invitation-only conference on TAR Best Practices on September 7-8, 2017, in Arlington, Virginia. If you are interested in attending, please send a brief description of your litigation or ediscovery experience and reasons for attending the conference to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the September 7-8 conference is to lay the groundwork for the drafting of bench-bar TAR best practices and protocol. We will ask for volunteers following the conference.
Six panels at the September conference will focus on:
Panel 1 -- What is TAR?
Panel 2 -- How is TAR Used?
Panel 3 -- When, How, In What Types of Cases, and Under What Circumstances Should TAR Be Used?
Panel 4 -- Evaluating Correctness and Reliability of TAR
Panel 5 -- Transparency and TAR Training Documents
Panel 6 -- Developing TAR Best-Practice Protocol
The conference will fully consider the views of all interested parties and organizations. Discussions will be informed by the work of Duke/EDRM ediscovery experts, who are developing guidelines explaining TAR technology, differences between TAR and other technological ediscovery tools, and typical workflow practices followed by ediscovery litigation teams.
A total of 15 federal judges and 75-100 practitioners and ediscovery experts will attend the conference. In addition, Tony Scott, former U.S. Federal Chief Information Officer (CIO) and former Microsoft Corp. Chief Information Officer (CIO) will be Thursday’s keynote lunch speaker.
This is an opportunity for counsel experienced in ediscovery to work with judges and their colleagues to help shape the future of TAR as an effective discovery tool. Active interaction among judges, practitioners, and law professors in an intimate environment is a hallmark of every Duke Law’s Distinguished Lawyers Conference. At the conference, we ask that each panelist introduce a subtopic with only 3-4 minutes of remarks and then open it up to general discussion. All conferees are expected to participate in the discussion.
To encourage frank discussions, the conference is held under the Chatham House Rule: “When a meeting, or part thereof, is held under the Chatham House Rule, participants are free to use the information received, but neither the identity nor the affiliation of the speaker(s), nor that of any other participant, may be revealed.”
Registration Fee. The “early–bird” special registration fee is $1,100 for registrations submitted no later than August 6, 2017. The registration fee increases to $1,250 for all registrations submitted after August 6, 2017.
CLE ─ Nine (9) credit hours have been applied for in North Carolina and Virginia. If you are a practicing attorney in North Carolina or Virginia, your CLE hours will be submitted for you. Attorneys from other states will receive a “Certificate of Attendance” and a completed “Uniform Application for Accreditation” form after the conference in order to submit CLE hours for your state.
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