Getting to EDD Competency in California

Following the long and winding road to implement the ABA's e-discovery technology competency.

, Law Technology News

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The State Bar of California issued Formal Opinion Interim No. 110004 in April addressing an attorney’s ethical duties in handling the discovery of electronically stored information. Getting to the interim opinion has been a long and winding road, to borrow a phrase from Paul McCartney. The comment period closed on June 24. The end of the road is near.

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  • Old Geek Lawyer

    You left out the fourth option: Already have the requisite technical skills and experience managing large corporate IT when you go to law school as a second career and keep them up to date throughout your legal career.

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