Collaboration and Community With Everlaw
An In-Person Education and Networking Event Powered by EDRM
Deepen your knowledge of Everlaw
Learn best practices and transformational approaches
Enjoy real-time demonstrations and expert guidance
Agenda is subject to change
- 12:00pm: Registration and Networking Lunch
- 1:00pm: How to Successfully Communicate, Connect and Collect in our Hybrid World, with the EDRM’s Mary Mack
- 1:45pm: The Art of Efficiency, with Everlaw’s Chuck Kellner
- 2:50pm: Product Keynote / Predictive Coding CLE
- 3:45pm: Networking Coffee Break
- 4:00pm: Fireside Chat: Hot Topics in Technology Assisted Review, with Dr. Maura Grossman
- 4:45pm: Closing Remarks
- 4:50pm–6:30pm: Connect Cocktail Reception and Product Demos
Upcoming Connect Events
Everlaw Connect Chicago
Kick off Everlaw Connect in Chicago as we bring together leading legal professionals like you for in-person training, networking, and peer-to-peer education.
June 1, 2022Register Now
Everlaw Connect New York
Join Everlaw Connect in New York City as we come together to deepen our knowledge of Everlaw, learn best practices and transformational approaches, get real-time demonstrations and guidance, and earn CLE credit for select sessions.
June 8, 2022Register Now
Everlaw Connect Los Angeles
Community and collaboration meet for two days in Los Angeles this June, as Everlaw Connect brings together legal professionals for in-person networking, in-depth training, and peer-to-peer knowledge sharing.
June 15, 2022Register Now
The Art of Efficiency, with Everlaw’s Chuck Kellner
Join seasoned ediscovery veteran Chuck Kellner and a host of lawyers and legal tech professionals from law firms and corporate law departments as they share their secrets of the art of efficiency. Learn how leaders inspire their teams about new technologies while making the most of their staffing and service models.
Predictive Coding CLE
Everlawyers Ed Valio and Mat John provide an insider’s guide to predictive coding case law and strategy, delivered in plain English. Attend for an accessible overview of predictive coding, advice on negotiating ESI protocols, and strategies for creating a more defensible ediscovery process.
Hot Topics in Technology Assisted Review, with Dr. Maura Grossman
Maura Grossman, J.D., Ph.D., dives into the latest trends and hot topics around technology assisted review. Get the latest insights on how to use AI to your advantage and how to think critically about these powerful tools, from this perennial leader in ediscovery technology.
How to Successfully Communicate, Connect and Collect in Our Hybrid World, with the EDRM’s Mary Mack
Get the latest insights into cutting-edge ESI and key tips on how to handle the most novel discovery data, as our disrupted, hybrid, mixed communications life makes its way into litigation. Attendees will take away new insight into what ESI carries the most persuasive and authentic value, with strategies to address the explosion of apps, from Teams and Zoom to virtual reality and beyond.
Strategic Discovery Advisor
CEO and Chief Legal Technologist
Dr. Maura Grossman
University of Waterloo
Associate Product Lead
Senior Manager, Customer Success
Chief Strategy Officer
Everlaw Connect FAQ
How many people from our organization can register for Everlaw Connect?
Space is limited so we ask that a maximum of three people per organization register for the event.
Does everyone attending from the company need to register?
Yes, each participant must be registered for the event in order to receive a conference badge and access to the networking lunch and reception.
What’s the cost?
Everlaw Connect is a free event.
Is there a virtual component or can I get access to the presentations after the event?
Everlaw Connect is an in-person event and live stream is not available, be sure to sign up today.
What are the COVID-19 protocols?
We want all Everlaw Connect participants to feel safe and comfortable at these in-person events, whether this will be your first industry gathering in years or your tenth. In addition to requiring proof of vaccination, participants can choose between red, yellow, and green badges to indicate their levels of comfort with in-person interactions—green meaning you can come in for a handshake or hug, yellow indicating that you should ask first, and red to maintain distance. Masks are encouraged but not required, and the event spaces accommodate distancing for those who desire it.
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