Legal Inc publishes e-disclosure podcast series

Litigation services provider Legal Inc has published the first two in a series of ten podcasts about electronic disclosure. They take the form of a dialogue between Legal Inc director Lisa Burton and me, and will between them provide a comprehensive overview of the rules, the practice direction to Part 31 CPR, and cases such as Digicel and Abela. We also discuss practical things such as preparation for case management conferences, the use of external suppliers, best practices, problem areas, global trends and pending developments.

This series was the idea of Sarah Levick (blog here and Twitter here), who does legal technology PR better than anybody. The idea was to make the elements of the subject accessible, both as to their content and as to the mode of delivery – short audio bites of straightforward discussion of key points, delivered to your desk with a single click.

The first two podcasts are available from the Legal Inc website and cover the rules and a couple of cases. The longer of them runs for only 18 minutes, making this a painless way of acquiring some deliberately basic information about a subject which is not in fact as complicated as may appear.

I will let you know as subsequent podcasts are released. I understand that they will be made available for iTunes shortly.

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About Chris Dale

I have been an English solicitor since 1980. I run the e-Disclosure Information Project which collects and comments on information about electronic disclosure / eDiscovery and related subjects in the UK, the US, AsiaPac and elsewhere
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