by Constantine Pappas on September 12, 2014
October 12 marks the start of our fifth-annual Relativity Fest, and this year’s show promises to be the biggest and best yet. We’ve widened our content selection to include more unique sessions for every role in your organization, including Assisted Review content tailored for attorneys, reviewers, litigation support specialists, and discovery consultants at all levels of expertise.
The agenda is expansive, so we thought a few tips might help guide you in the right direction. Here are four Assisted Review sessions we think should be on your must-attend list.
If you’re a beginner:
Check out the Assisted Review Overview session. This session will cover the basics of Assisted Review and more, giving you a strong foundation of the technology, from how it works to the defensibility and cost-savings associated with a solid workflow.
If you want to get hands-on:
Sign up for the Assisted Review workshop. We’ve been taking this workshop on the road all year—from New York to London—and we’re closing 2014 back home in Chicago. Throughout the half-day session, you’ll walk through a real-world Assisted Review case from start to finish and have the opportunity to ask our experts questions as you go.
If you want the industry’s perspective:
Don’t miss The Truth about Predictive Coding, led by attorney David Cohen from Reed Smith LLP. An expert in the technology, David will lead you through an exploration of the myths behind computer-assisted review and help advance your thinking about leveraging it during real cases.
If you’re looking for a brainstorm:
You’ll have plenty of opportunities to share your thoughts throughout the show, but the Assisted Review Ideas session—a forum for you to offer requests and ideas for how we can improve the technology—is a great place to start.
If you haven’t already registered for the show, be sure to sign up today—registration closes September 22.
Space in all Relativity Fest sessions is limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. Don’t forget to sign up for sessions starting Monday October 15 by logging in to the registration page with your Relativity Customer Portal credentials.
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