Announcing Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast



by Brendan Ryan on August 14, 2018

Community , Legal & Industry Education , Uncivil Procedure

Our team at Relativity are big fans of podcasts. It’s not uncommon to hear a discussion of the latest episode of Serial around here, or hear folks exchanging their favorite niche shows. Launching another one seemed like a great opportunity to connect with the Relativity community in a new way.

You may be familiar with the Stellar Women in e-Discovery podcast that lives right here on The Relativity Blog. Today, we're launching Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast, sponsored by RelativityOne Certified Partners.

Uncivil Procedure is a monthly show attorneys can fit into their commute to catch up on case law and legal technology topics—with a dose of humor and irreverence. You'll hear informal discussion about interesting cases, tricky limericks, and other very important babble (professional and pop-cultural) between members of the Relativity team and attorney guests from the Relativity community. Getting it ready has been a team effort, and we’re excited to share it with you. 

In our inaugural episode, sponsored by CDS, David Horrigan, Constantine Pappas, Julie Huner, Danny Pelc, and Anna Siroonian of Relativity are joined by guest Tim Kennedy of McDermott Will & Emery LLP. The topic of the day is innovation (RIP, Bates stamp), which somehow segues from Hot Wheels to hand models and a defunct law firm that was proud of their Wang computers.

Give it a listen right here or on your favorite podcast platform. Then join the conversation, and stay tuned for more.

 

 

Brendan Ryan is Relativity's senior manager of community and customer advocacy, the team who catalyzes the network effect of successful end users, customers, and partners. Specifically, he supports the marketers who manage The Relativity Blog, as well as Relativity's Academic Partner program, social media engagement, Community siteand now, Uncivil Procedure: The e-Discovery Podcast.

 

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