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Predictive Coding: 
What It Is, What It Isn't, What It Can Be

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One Hour


Join the eDiscovery Gurus for a lively and practical discussion of Predictive Coding.  This webinar will introduce you to the technology and science powering predictive coding, guide you through some of the practical issues and potential pitfalls this new technology can present as well as outline the steps for you to take to develop an effective and efficient predictive coding work flow. 

Here is what you'll learn

1.      Overview of the basic technology

a.    How it works
               i.    Random
               ii.    Continuous Active learning
b.    Predictive coding v. human review
2.      Effective use of Predictive Coding

a.    Issues and controversies of the technology.
b.    General limitations of predictive coding.

3.      Developing a sound Predictive Coding plan and work flow

a.    Use of predictive coding in conjunction with other tools.
b.    Building an effective team/work flow for use of predictive coding
c.    QC considerations and additional review determinations.

Who Should Attend

Lawyers, Litigation Support Professionals, IT, Paralegals at all levels and anyone interested in learning more about predictive coding.


Faculty

LORENA BRAY DRISCOLL B.A., J.D., PMP (Certified Project Management Professional), ACEDS (Certified eDiscovery Specialist)
Lorena is a seasoned attorney with a decade and a half of complex civil litigation experience.  Lorena has as a deep understanding of every stage of the discovery process. Since 2000, she has worked hands-on leading, planning and executing very large, complex document productions. Lorena has extensive experience with the various technologies and software platforms used to collect, process, review and produce ESI.  In addition to graduating summa cum laude from Indiana University School of Law where she served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Indiana Law Review, Lorena has a certification in Professional Project Management from Northwestern University, is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute and is a certified eDiscovery Specialist through the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists.  Lorena is a member of the Seventh Circuit Electronic Discovery Pilot Program Committee and serves as the Membership Director for the Chicago chapter of Women in eDiscovery.

 




MAUREEN L. BROWN  B.A., PMP (Certified Project Management Professional), ACEDS (Certified eDiscovery
Specialist)
Maureen has over 18 years of experience in the legal industry. She began her career as a litigation paralegal managing large, high profile, complex civil litigation matters with a focus on product liability and commercial construction litigation. For the last ten years, Maureen has specialized in eDiscovery and has consulted with attorneys and clients regarding strategy and best practices for the collection, processing, review, analysis, and production of ESI as well as serving as a project manager for the eDiscovery life cycle. Maureen received a B.A. in Political Science from the University of Michigan. She is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) through the Project Management Institute, a certified eDiscovery Specialist through the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists and has completed a certification in Professional Project Management at Northwestern University.

 




Pricing Options
Paralegal Passport Free
Paralegal Plus $69
Non-Member   $89

When
Originally presented on April 8, 2015
1 hour

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