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December 2020

Women in Legal Ops & Tech in 2020: Change, Possibilities and Finding Balance

December 2, 2020 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Back in July, a few months into the pandemic, we started a conversation with a group of women leaders in legal operations and technology to discuss how the new climate had impacted office culture, career trajectories and gender dynamics in the workplace. We’re bringing them back to check in with them and continue that dialogue as they delve further into workplace gender dynamics, women’s leadership and advancement. They will also discuss the challenges of hiring, training and managing a remote…

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January 2021

The 4th Annual Putting Insights Into Practice Forum

January 26 - January 27

We’ve been on a journey, all of us. We’ve shared an exceptional experience in human history. 2020 often felt surreal, like dystopian science fiction. We spent much of 2020 adapting to this brave new world. As we turn the corner on a new year, CDS is venturing even further into the unknown. We hope you’ll join us on our next mission: PIIP 2021: A Data Odyssey, taking place January 26th and 27th. This year’s event is 100% virtual, and we’re…

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March 2021

Women in Legal Ops & Tech Webinar: Taking Initiative and Setting Your Own Course

March 24 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Join us for our first women's webinar of 2021 on Wednesday, March 24 at 1pm ET on "Taking Initiative and Setting Your Own Course." Maintaining visibility and advancing your career objectives can be challenging any day, even more so when everyone is working remotely. Learn how other women in legal ops and tech are tackling this issue. Moderated by Michelle Kell, Director, Enterprise Operations at CDS, our panel will discuss real-world examples of women taking control of their professional trajectory…

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GW Discovery Proportionality Benefit-Burden Model Bench-Bar Conference

March 25 - March 26

CDS is a proud sponsor of the GW Discovery Proportionality Benefit-Burden Model Bench-Bar Conference, hosted by James F. Humphreys Complex Litigation Center at George Washington University School of Law. Twelve federal judges and 23 prominent practitioners and other experts will lead discussions for an audience of practitioners and discovery experts. The conference will examine a work-in-progress discovery proportionality benefit-burden model, developed under the center’s auspices by teams of lawyers and judges. (William Wallace Belt, Jr, Managing Director, Consulting at CDS,…

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April 2021

Webinar: Seeing is Believing: Why Visualization Matters in eDiscovery

April 14 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

It’s no secret that runaway data is a problem in eDiscovery. The mass movement to remote work has only accelerated a trend that began long before the global lockdown.

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