e-Discovery Advanced Theory & Practices for Litigation Support
January 12, 2016 - March 29, 2016 | 6.00 PM - 9.00 PM, Tuesday nights
The Institute of Law Clerks of Ontario ("ILCO") is excited about offering a fellowship program on e-Discovery Advanced Theory & Practices for Litigation Support.
Instructor: Crystal O'Donnell
Designed for litigation support professionals and law clerks, this course will explore the legal and practical principles of electronic discovery in a legal practice context. Using the Electronic Discovery Reference Model and the Sedona Canada Principles, we will discuss the issues and tasks underlying each phase of the process. With an emphasis on proportionality and defensibility at every stage, practical information will be covered, including cooperative discovery planning, the supporting evidence required for discovery motions, and the admissibility of evidence. We will cover how to best work in a cost-effective manner and bring value to the legal team and client.
About ILCO Fellowship Courses
A Fellowship course is an in-depth, advanced level course that examines a specific substantive area of law. Students are examined at the conclusion of each course and must receive 60% or higher to successfully complete the course. Upon successful completion of the course, ILCO issues a grade report within 90 days of the exam date and a certificate of recognition of this academic achievement. When applying for a Fellow Membership, students must complete two different fellowship courses to meet the education requirement, as well as the criteria listed on the membership application.