Here’s Where You Can Get A Complete List Of EDiscovery Events For 2017: EDiscovery Trends
Jan 11th, 2017
How many eDiscovery related events are happening in 2017? You might be surprised as to how many there are, but, the good news is that you can get a complete list of them below.
Thanks to Rob Robinson’s terrific Complex Discovery site, you can get a “non-comprehensive” list of planned eDiscovery-related industry events for 2017. From The Sedona Conference Working Group 11 Annual Meeting for 2017, later this month on January 16 & 17 in St. Pete Beach, FL to the third annual E-Discovery Day on December 1 (like it was the last two years), there are at least 43 total events scheduled for this year.
Here’s a few highlights:
- LegalTech 2017 (now part of LegalWeek, The Experience) will be held at the New York Hilton from January 31 thru February 2. As usual, eDiscovery Daily will be there and we are planning to conduct our seventh annual thought leader interview series at LTNY again this year!
- ABA Techshow 2017 will be held at the Chicago Hilton on March 15 thru 18.
- The Spring EDRM Workshop will be held at the Duke Law School (in Durham, NC) from May 15 to 17.
- The Masters Conference is scheduled to be held in five venues this year: San Francisco on April 25, Chicago on May 23, Denver on June 20, New York City on July 18 and Washington DC on October 23.
- ILTACON 2017 is scheduled to be held in Las Vegas from August 13 thru 17. Vegas baby!
As you can see, there’s a lot to look forward to this year. Make sure you get credit for all of those frequent flyer miles!
So, what do you think? Which events are you planning to attend this year? Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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