Please enjoy this blog post co-authored by Rachel McAdam, eDiscovery Technical Specialist, A&L Goodbody Solicitors and Kathy Dallaire, eDiscovery and Litigation Support Coordinator, Stikeman Elliott LLP.
This week, I sat down with Doug Austin, editor of eDiscovery Today, and Kathy Dallaire, eDiscovery and Litigation Support Coordinator at Stikeman Elliott LLP, to discuss the skills which are crucial for succeeding in a role in eDiscovery and how to learn them. Our conversation was recorded and released as a podcast, and you can listen in at this link: https://iltanet.org/viewdocument/skills-roadmap-what-to-learn-first
During the course of the conversation, Doug and Kathy mentioned a number of resources which have been helpful to them personally: for your convenience, we have collated links to all these sites below. If you have any other suggestions of great resources for the community, please feel free to add a comment to this post to share!
With information on local chapters, eDiscovery training and the CEDS certification, ACEDS is a great way to get involved with your peers and build
- Litigation Support Tip of the Night
Another handy resource for finding ways to carry out tasks smarter and faster!
Dave Burns helps you to conquer Excel, and find the best way to approach complex tasks using Excel
Finally, searching #ediscovery on LinkedIn will bring you to a wealth of commentary and articles on eDiscovery: from industry trends to practical tips, to predictions for the future!