There are endless online resources related to e-discovery standards and education. We’ve listed some of the most valuable and interesting here. Check back often, as this page will be updated with new e-discovery blogs, free e-discovery resources and other educational sites.
ABA Center for Continuing Legal Education
The ABA-CLE website offers information and insights into the latest CLE, provided to you through a variety of vehicles: videoconferencing, teleconferences and webcasts.
The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS) produces informative podcasts featuring interviews with its expert members.
AIIM – Enterprise Content Management Association
Education, research and best practices to help organizations find, control and optimize their information.
EDRM was created to address the lack of standards and guidelines in the eDiscovery market. The website is full of valuable information related to every stage of the discovery life cycle.
EDRM’s Glossary of Electronic Discovery Terms
Wiki-based glossary of e-discovery terms facilitated by EDRM.
Electronic Discovery Rule Wizard
FindLaw’s clickable list of federal rules, with summaries, checklists and links to relevant articles.
LitWorks is the first and most comprehensive training company dedicated exclusively to developing and sharing best practices in the litigation support and e-discovery industry.
LTN E-Discovery & Compliance News
Law Technology News is a premier news publication for the legal market. This page contains important articles about e-discovery and compliance.
Materials on Electronic Discovery from the Federal Judicial Center
This page contains links to articles, PowerPoint slide presentations and other items of interest on electronic discovery.
National & Specialty Legal Associations and Organizations
FindLaw’s topical and alphabetical access to national, state and specialty legal associations.
A nonprofit organization developing guidelines, standards, criteria, benchmarks, etc., around the areas of governance, risk management, compliance and culture.
Newsletters about legal technology, practice management, products and services.
The National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws
A nonprofit association comprised of state commissions on uniform laws, which has worked for the uniformity of state laws since 1892.
The Sedona Conference
The Sedona Conference® (TSC) is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) research and educational institute dedicated to the advanced study of law and policy in the areas of antitrust law, complex litigation, and intellectual property rights. The resources available on this site for E-Discovery are excellent.
The Virtual Chase
Teaches legal professionals how to do research.