March 27, 2017

Ralph Losey: The Doors Are Thrown Open to all 85-Classes of the e-Discovery Team Training Program. Ralph has been one of the deans of e-discovery for more than a decade. I plan to go through this myself and rather sooner than later. From the blog post:
This kind of law school quality e-discovery education, if you could get it, would cost anywhere from $4,000 to $10,000. Our price is now – zero. It’s Free. (We used to charge $500 to cover overhead, but in 2017 switched to this free model.) Some day we may include vendor ads, but in the meantime, this is just an old lawyer’s legacy and payback to the legal profession. He now absorbs all of the costs of running the program.
I cannot recommend quickly enough that readers of this blog head over and take a look - this is one instance where what you're getting will likely be worth substantially more than what you're paying for it.

Note: I may have met Ralph once or twice in passing but I have no connections, business or otherwise, to him or his organization except an appreciation for what he's done over the years. I've followed his blog and Tweets for many years and, again, encourage readers to do the same.

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