Prepare your students with e-discovery technology skills for a successful legal career.
Professors are asked to find ways to elevate their programs and provide students with interactive experiences—all on a limited budget. The Relativity Academic Partner program is designed to create these experiences by giving students access to market-leading technology.
Trusted by all of the Am Law 200 and more than 120 litigation solution providers, Relativity is widely used in the e-discovery field. By offering your students exposure to the technology, they can graduate with the skills needed to be indispensable to their future employers starting on day one.
What’s in It for You and Your Students
Expand your curriculum and set your students up for success with a program that’s fully funded by Relativity. As an Academic Partner, you’ll have free access to:
Training for Professors and Law Librarians
To ensure you’re set up for success in the classroom, we’ll train you, as well as your law librarians, in the software.
We provide Relativity curriculum that’s synced with interactive videos and materials to use throughout the course.
Hands-On Resources for Your Students
Your students will receive access to a live FERPA-compliant database and a step-by-step workbook, allowing them to dive into the software.
“Introducing Relativity to our e-discovery class has greatly improved the educational experience. Successful lawyers are expected to be tech savvy. The Relativity Academic Partner program gives law students hands-on experience with technology, allowing them to develop the skills needed to stand out for future employers.”
Adam Candeub, Professor of Law and Director of the Intellectual Property, Information, and Communications Law Program
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What You Need
The Relativity Academic Partner program is open to law schools and paralegal programs in the United States and Canada. Schools in the United States must be ABA approved.
What We Recommend
The use of Relativity is tied closely with the practice of e-discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and we recommend that the technology is integrated into a full-term e-discovery course.
To find out how your school can become a Relativity Academic Partner, reach out to the team.
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