Legal IT Seminar Series
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The seminars will be held in the School of Law Auditorium and are open to both
“Ethics of Social Media: Blurred Lines”
“Proportionality in Civil E-Discovery”
Sarah Montgomery, an attorney with the Executive Office of the U.S. DOJ and an adjunct professor teaching Civil E-Discovery at the School of Law will discuss proportionality in civil e‐discovery in light of the upcoming amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. The seminar will cover what lawyers (in‐house and outside counsel) and judges need to know from a technical standpoint when making proportionality determinations in civil discovery.
RSVP appreciated by September 15, 2015.
“Cloud Computing and the Virtual Law Office”
Anthony Bellino, a licensed attorney and project management specialist with Deloitte will discuss Cloud Computing, the Virtual Law Office, and how attorneys are leveraging technology in the 21st Century. The seminar will cover a discussion of cloud computing and how attorneys are using technology to virtualize the practice of law.
RSVP appreciated by September 29, 2015.
Questions? Please visit the IT website at http://law.sc.edu/it/.
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USC School of Law Information Technology
Questions concerning computing and IT support should be addressed to Gary Moore (Assistant Dean for Academic Technology, Room 219F, 803-777-8296), Jim Epting (Director of Computing Services, Room 219D, 803-777-5106), or Deborah Murdaugh (Computer Support Specialist, Room 219B, 803-777-8262).