Law Schools Lag In Teaching E-Discovery

By on August 27, 2015
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August 28, 2015

Even though e-discovery now often amounts to half or more of the cost of litigation, law schools aren’t paying much attention to it. A survey that looked at 193 law schools found that 125 of them offered no e-discovery courses, and of those that did only a small percentage offered courses with practical lawyering exercises. Just eight schools offered hands-on experience with e-discovery tools. The authors look at the institutional issue that lies behind this problem, and what schools can do about it.

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