Why Become an Academic Partner?
As a Relativity Academic Partner, you’ll be able to offer your students more with their degree.
Teach a critical skill.
Today, technology competence isn't an option for legal professionals – it's a necessity.
Align with the industry leader.
Relativity is trusted by all the Am Law 200 and more than 120 litigation solution providers.
Put your students ahead.
Your students will graduate with the expertise they need to be indispensable to their future employers.
“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.”
What’s in It for You and Your Students
This program won't cost your institution a dime. As a Relativity Academic Partner, you’ll have free access to:
Training for Professors and Law Librarians
To ensure you’re set up for success, we’ll train you and your law librarians in the software.
Your students will have access to a live FERPA-compliant database and a step-by-step workbook, so they can dive into the software anytime, from anywhere.
This curriculum was built to be taught online, with interactive videos and text-based materials to accommodate a variety of learning styles.
A Community of Relativity Pros
You'll be able to connect with e-discovery experts and learn about the latest legal and tech updates on the Relativity Community site.
The software is designed to be accessible to students of all abilities. It’s machine readable with tools like Godzilla, and videos are closed captioned.
For Job-Seeking Students, Technology Is the Answer
Law firms say they need to hire attorneys and paralegals already well-versed in the tools of the trade.
See the Latest Academic News
The Relativity Blog is your source for staying up to date on legal education news.
Join the Relativity Community
Access program materials, connect with members of the e-discovery community, and find Relativity resources.
You’ll Be in Good Company
More than 115 institutions offer Relativity curriculum.