Relativity Academic Partners
Prepare your students for successful careers in e-discovery.
Technology is changing how we practice law – and that means law schools and paralegal programs need to change how they teach it.
We created the Relativity Academic Partner program to give students hands-on experience in the legal industry’s leading technology tool before they even graduate.
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.”
Adam Candeub, Professor of Law and Director of the Intellectual Property, Information, and Communications Law Program
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.
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Who Is Eligible
The Relativity Academic Partner program is open to law schools and paralegal programs in the US, Canada, and select Asian and European countries. Schools in the US must be ABA approved. Offer a data analytics or digital forensics course? You can be a partner, too.
What We Recommend
Relativity is tied closely with the practice of e-discovery and the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and we recommend integrating it into a full-term e-discovery course.