The New Normal:
Law, Technology, and Innovation
March 8-10, 2017 / Phoenix, AZ
This innovative conference focuses on the practical and cutting-edge issues affecting electronic information, information governance, and data analytics. Leading jurists, attorneys, and legal and technological professionals will explore a wide array of eDiscovery issues, examining established precedent and projected new challenges, current and emerging technologies, and everything in between. All of our attendees, whether new to the world of eDiscovery or hoping to increase their existing eDiscovery expertise, will find knowledge, new ideas, and valuable networking opportunities at the ASU-Arkfeld eDiscovery and Digital Evidence Conference!
Last year’s event attracted over 180 attorneys, corporate counsel, law-practice support personnel, service providers, and other professionals.
*Eligible for up to 13 CLE Credits & 3 Ethics Credits
Featured Conference Speakers Include
Hon. Shira Scheindlin
Hon. Xavier Rodriguez
Hon. Craig B. Shaffer
Hon. Peter Swann
Hon. Samuel Thumma
Some of This Year’s Session Topics
Judges Panel: recent case law under the Federal Rules
Legal & Data Analytics
Production under the Federal Rules
Economics of eDiscovery
Data Privacy and Breach Response
Social Media, BYOD, and Mobile Devices
Developing Technologies (Cloud, Office 365, etc.)
Foundations Track: Search, Must-Have ESI Forms, and more
Questions about the Conference?
Contact Lauren Burkhart, Director,
Center for Law, Science & Innovation,
at Lauren.Burkhart@asu.edu or 480-965-2465.
Thank You to our 2017 Sponsors
“This is the best technology and legal conference in the country. The format is excellent and the exchange of ideas is wide open.”
– Jeffrey Parkhurst
“(This conference) was a great learning experience and will be immensely helpful in my current job…. a first class program with presenters and attendees who are among the most knowledgeable in their field.”
– Tom R. Shepherd
“Brilliant minds coming together for constructive discord.”
“Of all the conference options available, the ASU Arkfeld stands head and shoulders above the others. Simple, honest, and direct, it is about good lawyering at the intersection of law and technology.”
– William Kellermann
“The program format allows me to learn from a variety of perspectives and goes far beyond identifying eDiscovery issues by providing practical solutions.”
“This conference pulled together industry experts who shared situational experiences and encouraged thoughtful conversation from the attendees.”
– Mark MacFarlane
“The focus on thinking ahead and the interactivity of the sessions was excellent.”
“This is the event to attend to learn practical tips on how to do better discovery and what the future holds.”
– Kelly Twigger
*The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 14 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona.