Thank you to our Affiliate Partners!
The ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference is proud to introduce our Affiliates. We are excited to work with organizations and individuals whose goals to educate and raise awareness of eDiscovery topics match our own.
If you may be interested in creating an affiliate relationship with us, please write to Michael@Arkfeld.com for more information.
Women in eDiscovery
Women in eDiscovery (“WiE”) is a nonprofit organization that focuses on providing women interested in legal technology with top-notched educational and networking opportunities. Members are comprised of professionals within the legal industry including law firm and corporate legal attorneys, litigation support professionals, paralegals, legal IT staff, consultants, and vendors.
EDRM is a coalition of consumers and providers working together since 2005 to create practical resources to improve e-discovery & information governance. EDRM was launched to address the lack of standards and guidelines in the e-discovery market. Since its launch, EDRM has comprised more than 270 organizations, including service and software providers, law firms, industry groups and corporations involved with e-discovery. EDRM develops and publishes frameworks, standards, and resources – all focused on addressing practical issues relating to e-discovery & information governance.
For over three decades, ILTA (International Legal Technology Association) has provided peer-networking and information resources to those who support technology in law firms and law departments worldwide. An ever-growing membership base; bigger and better annual conferences; more meetings, webinars and other peer networking opportunities; a greater number of white papers and surveys and more volunteer authors are just some of the reasons ILTA is so successful.
ALM & Law Technology News
Law Technology News (LTN) magazine and website share a mission to provide lucid, insightful, and jargon-free coverage of legal technology trends and developments to an audience of legal industry professionals, helping them use technology and innovation to deliver faster, better, and cheaper legal services.
A. Marco Turk
A. Marco Turk is professor emeritus and director emeritus of the negotiation, conflict resolution and peacebuilding program at California State University Dominguez Hills; a regularly assigned mediator for the California 2nd District Court of Appeal; a former fellow of the American College of e-Neutrals; a member of the California State Bar since 1961; and a member of the Alternative Resolution Centers (ARC) panel of neutrals, who emphasizes e-discovery mediation. His column on mediation and e-discovery for The Daily Journal (the largest legal newspaper in the western United States) appears on the first Friday of each month.