e-Discovery Certifications: Why, Which, and in What Order
The evolution of the legal industry over the next decade will usher in a new and hyper-focused valuation of functional domain certification that was once only granted to a traditional three-year JD. Legal professionals who may or may not be or want to join the bar are increasingly seeking certifications. These professionals are specializing in an area of expertise and validating that knowledge with certification(s) such as the CIPP US/EU for privacy, the GLEG or CISSP for security, or CEDS for those wanting to specialize in e-discovery and more.
During this panel discussion, you'll get a better understanding of the legal certification ecosystem for non-software specific accreditation. Panelists will discuss Relativity certifications—which overlap many functional domain certifications with elements of e-discovery project management, information governance, security, privacy, and analytics—and also provide potential career mapping pathways to help you expand and diversify your areas of expertise.
Jared Coseglia - CEO and Founder, TRU Staffing Partners James Sherer - Partner, Baker Hostetler Jenna Rooney - Pre-Sales Engineer, Relativity Sean Neilsen - Certification Specialist, Relativity Mary Mack - Executive Director, ACEDS
Relativity Certifications Overview
In this session, members of the Relativity certification team will walk you through the certification program, review our current exam offerings and designations, and discuss the latest and greatest in our certification process. You'll also learn why Relativity certifications are valuable to both individuals and businesses.
Sean Neilsen - Certification Specialist, Relativity Jared Coseglia - CEO and Founder, TRU Staffing Partners