Legal Ethics Surrounding E-Discovery and Tech. Law Symposium

November 13

9:15 – 9:30 Welcome and Introduction (Download MP3/Podcast)
Vice Dean James Leonard, The University of Alabama School of Law
Professor Steven Hobbs, Tom Bevill Chairholder of Law

9:30 – 10:30 Session I (Download MP3/Podcast)
Competency and E-Discovery
Allison Skinner, Skinner Neutral Services and Adjunct Professor, University of Alabama School of Law
Student Moderator: Joe FitzGerald, The Journal of the Legal Profession

10:45 – 11:45 Sesssion II (Download MP3/Podcast)
Ethical Considerations and E-Discovery
Ronald Hedges, United States Magistrate Judge; Adjunct Professor of Law: Rutgers, Georgetown, and Seton Hall; and Sedona Conference, Advisory Board Member
Student Moderator: Lauren Kellerhouse, The Journal of the Legal Profession

1:00 – 2:00 Session III (Download MP3/Podcast)
Ethical Considerations and the Future of E-Discovery: From the Industrial Internet to the Quantified Self & Home
Marc Jenkins, Adjunct Professor, Vanderbilt Law School; Associate General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Knowledge Strategy for Cicayda; and Sedona Conference
Student Moderator: Robby Marcum, The Journal of the Legal Profession

2:15 – 3:15 Closing Panel Discussion (Download MP3/Podcast)
Ronald Hedges, Marc Jenkins, and Allison Skinner