Tempe, Arizona (PRWEB) April 13, 2012
The graduates awarded the Certificate of Course Completion for Arkfeld's eDiscovery course received over 16 hours of online, on-demand instruction, over 14 hours of live interactive in person or online sessions, and a final test. The course is premised on the acclaimed Arkfeld on Electronic Discovery and Evidence treatise and Best Practices Guides. The purpose of the course is to provide legal professionals with basic and advanced understanding of eDiscovery in a structured course environment. The course brings together the technological issues and critical legal issues, along with strategy and tactics in eDiscovery and has been CLE approved in most states. Distinguished past guest lecturers for the program have included Judge John M. Facciola, Craig Ball and many others.
The instructor, Michael Arkfeld, has noted that “the unprecedented imposition of sanctions by the courts has led to one of the most difficult competency periods in the practice of law. Whether it is federal or state court, it is mandatory that all counsel learn about his or her obligations with identifying, preserving and disclosing ESI.”
The graduates who have been awarded a Certificate of Course Completion are:
Rachel Clarke, CLAS, NCCP
Poyner Spruil LLP
Charlotte, North Carolina
Gordon D. Cruse, Esq.
Gordon D. Cruse, A Professional Law Corporation
San Diego, California
James R. Hankle, Esq.
Sherrard, German & Kelly, P.C.
Director of Practice Technology & Project Management
Davis Miles, PLLC
Assistant General Counsel
Federal Housing and Finance Administration
Vice President of Marketing
Orange Legal Technologies
Salt Lake City, Utah
LawCLE Center, a division of Arkfeld Professional Education continues to provide acclaimed up-to-date comprehensive publications, web-based seminars, live conferences and online, on-demand training modules.
To learn more about the conference, visit http://www.LawCLECenter.com.