This weekend, Alicia L. Shelton, Esq., and I taught the first of a three-module electronic discovery class at the Community College of Baltimore County. While I have been teaching electronic discovery classes at the University of Baltimore School of Law for a decade, this is the first program focused on paralegal training.
The first class covered fundamental discovery principles and applied them to e-discovery. Students were given access to DISCO, provided by June Hunter, Esq., and DISCO University.
The program is under the umbrella of Donna S. Mandl, Esq., Department Chair, Legal Studies, School of Business, Technology and Law.
The next two modules will build on this framework and will dive deeper into the software. Students satisfactorily completing all three modules will receive a certificate from CCBC.