Anexsys to support Queen Mary University London in training the next generation of students in eDisclosure technology
Anexsys will be delivering a series of lectures as part of a new eDisclosure masters course run by the Centre for Commercial Law Studies at Queen Mary University London starting this week.
Over a series of 11 weeks, students will be walked through the core features of the leading eDisclosure review platform, Relativity whilst working through a scenario which covers understanding electronic data, filtering it, application of searches including the use of analytics technologies, designing and implementing a review workflow, resulting in the generation of presentation bundles.
Led by Professor Ian Walden, this is a groundbreaking course and the first of it's kind outside of the US which sets to arm future lawyers with the practical experience they need in order to sit in front of a review tool, and to work effectively. With electronic documents being a central part in the majority of contemporary disputes.
Alongside the practical sessions, students will be exposed to a number of guest speakers and thought leaders from across the eDisclosure industry including Chris Dale of the eDisclosure Information Project, Marie Clare O'Hara, partner at Bevan Brittan, Andrew Haslam, eDisclosure Project Manager at Squire Patton Boggs, Maggi Healey (who also designed and has worked tireless to bring this course to life) a former litigator now at The Review People, and Michael Wheater, barrister at Hardwicke Chambers.