Litigation Section Half-Day CLE

2/17/2017

When: 2/17/2017
8:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Where: King & Spalding LLP
1180 Peachtree Street
Atlanta, Georgia  30309
United States
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Event Details
  EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN THE PRACTICE OF LAW 3 CLE hours, including 1 Ethics hour

The Litigation Section of the Atlanta Bar Association is hosting a half-day CLE on emerging technologies in the practice of law.  Featuring three panel discussions, the CLE is designed to inform the practitioner at any size firm on the latest technologies – in the courts, in the office, and in the cloud – available to litigation practice.   COST Register by 2/14/17 and save $20! Breakfast and lunch included in registration fee.   Litigation Section Members: $119 early/$139 regular Other Atlanta Bar Members:  $129 early/$149 regular Non-Members:  $179 early/$199 regular Law Students:  Free for members, $5 for non-members   **Free for Judges and Law Clerks**   Registration is now closed. Walk up registration is permitted for this event. Event Schedule 
8:15 AM – Registration

8:45 AM – Welcome

9:00 AM – 10:00 AM - Session 1:  Developments in Electronic Filing, Legal Research, and Document Review   A panel discussion of the use of emerging technology concerning e-filing, maintaining a paperless office, and making courtroom presentations.   Speakers: 
The Honorable Susan E. Edlein,  Judge, State Court of Fulton County, Georgia Kevin P. Weimer, Chief Deputy Clerk, United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia
Benjamin W. Cheesbro, Caplan Cobb
Bryan M. Knight, Knight Johnson
Gregory K. Smith, King & Spalding LLP

10:00 AM - Break
 
10:10 AM -11:10 AM – Session 2:  The Paperless Deposition and Courtroom Presentations 
A panel discussion of practical law resources, developments in legal research technology, and document review technologies and platforms.   Speakers: 
Louis R. Cohan, Cohan Law Group
Lloyd Bell, Bell Law Firm
Lauren Konton, Esquire Solutions

11:10 AM - Break

11:20 AM -12:20   PM - Session 3: The Paperless Office and Ethics of Technology A panel discussion of the ethical considerations surrounding new legal technologies and data privacy.   Speakers:
John P. Brumbaugh, King & Spalding LLP
James W. Cobb, Caplan Cobb   Non-members must register via this registration form.

  MAKE IT A 2 FOR 2
Bring a non-member to this event at the Section Member price and get entered into a drawing for muliple prizes, including free membership, discounts to area attractions and restaurants, and more!  Visit the Atlanta Bar 2 for 2 webpage   for rules and more information. Use #ATLBar2for2
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