FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC DISCOVERY
(LAWP-4040) - 1 UNIT

In response to large volumes of electronic data, lawyers must be able to identify, preserve, collect, produce, and manage electronically stored information whether they are working in-house at a corporation or are involved in litigation. Electronic discovery has its own language, and it is important for lawyers to understand basic electronic discovery concepts and stay abreast of changes in the law and technology surrounding electronic discovery. This course introduces students to basic electronic discovery issues such as preservation, spoliation, social media, and privacy so that students will be able to hit the ground running when confronted with an electronic discovery issue. Grading for this course is Pass/Fail.

Prerequisites:
Civil Procedure (LAWJ-1001)