TERIS Presented an Accredited CLE on “How to Use Relativity in Order to Facilitate a Review" at the Business of Law held at Arizona Summit Law School

The Center for Professional Development and the Greater-Phoenix Valley of the Sun Chapter of the Association of Legal Administrators Held the Business of Law/Solo Practice Seminar Series at Arizona Summit Law School and asked TERIS to Present an Accredited CLE on Relativity.

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Kevin Day, J.D., Senior Project Manager/TERIS

We’re excited to have partners like TERIS sharing their Relativity experience with law students, said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura.

Phoenix, Arizona (PRWEB) April 03, 2014

This one day event offered students, alumni, and new associates presentations given by experts to help them understand the business of a law firm and how to succeed as a new attorney.

Kevin Day, J.D., Senior Project Manager, TERIS presented an accredited CLE on “How to Use Relativity in Order to Facilitate a Review.” Relativity is a fully featured, web-based e-discovery platform that allows users to create and automate custom workflows and make use of a complete set of text analytics capabilities including computer-assisted review.

“We’re excited to have partners like TERIS sharing their Relativity experience with law students,” said Andrew Sieja, president and CEO of kCura. “Understanding e-discovery technology is an increasingly important part of the job for folks in the legal industry, and emerging legal professionals with experience using software like Relativity are in high demand.

"With the changing legal landscape and the greater demands for experience from legal employers, the Solo Practice Seminar Series is designed to increase the practical knowledge students need to be better educated and higher performing 1st year lawyers. The Series brings subject matter experts on campus to discuss topics such as marketing, technology, firm administration, and law firm economics. The Series brings the legal community together to offer support to those entering the field, and the materials are presented in an innovative way that makes the information relevant and easy to understand. The Series has been well received, and many students commented that they hope that this program will continue to grow. Because of its success, the Solo Series has transformed into a much larger program re-titled as the Business of Law. I commend the ALA Greater Phoenix Chapter and Arizona Summit Law School for joining forces to provide students with a program of such significance." Joe Perez, Assistant Dean of Professional Development, Arizona Summit Law School

Day is a registered Patent Attorney who achieved a Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern University, a Bachelor’s of Science in Economics from Pennsylvania State University, and is well underway in completing a Master’s of Science in Electrical Engineering from Arizona State University.

TERIS provides a streamlined suite of litigation support services which increase efficiency and lower expenditures during the litigation process. These client-based solutions are aimed at simplifying the document management process in order to ensure effective early case assessment. TERIS offers assistance at all stages of litigation, from initial research through information management and data analysis.


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