Webinar on 8 August from EDRM and NightOwl Discovery: practical tips for a successful first TAR project

NightOwlEDRM / Duke Law is running a series of webinars designed to help lawyers and judges on various aspects of technology-assisted review. It is part of preparation for the Duke Conference on TAR to be held in Arlington on 7 to 8 September.

The webinar on 8 August is called Practical tips for successful first TAR project and is being run in conjunction with NightOwl Discovery. George Socha will moderate and the participants are Kelly Atherton, Senior Analytics and Review Manager of NightOwl and Sam Merritt, Senior Portfolio Manager at NightOwl.

Their subject is low-risk use cases for a first predictive coding project, including practical suggestions on setting up a project and training the system to categorise and rank documents.

I interviewed Kelly Atherton last year on the increasing client interest in the use of analytics for eDiscovery; you will find the interview here.

There is more information about the 8 August webinar here, including a link to a registration form.


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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