Insights: Publications The Legal Competency Missing from Legal Education: Law School Curricula and E-Discovery

LitSmart E-Discovery Blog

Written by Caroline Maass

If you had asked me in law school what area of law I hoped to practice, the answer would not have been E-Discovery. Frankly, I had no idea E-Discovery attorneys existed or awareness that E-Discovery was even a practice area then. The concept of E-Discovery was, at least, mentioned in my first year Civil Procedure class, but it certainly was not covered by a standalone course or discussed in any meaningful way that reflected the reality of how prevalent E-Discovery has become in the legal profession.

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