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What is “Proportional Discovery”?

Behind-the-Scenes with the Drafters of the New Proportionality Guidelines and Best Practices

April 21, 2021; 12:30 – 2:30 p.m. ET (Virtual Event)

This two-hour virtual CLE* program coincides with the release of the Third Edition of the Guidelines and Best Practices for Implementing the 2015 Discovery Amendments to Achieve Proportionality (to be published in April 2021 under the auspices of the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law School). The drafters of the guidelines—themselves leading judges and discovery practitioners—will discuss the evolution of the guidelines, key considerations in discovery strategy, cutting-edge issues in e-discovery, and more!

Presenters will include Judge Paul Grimm (District Judge for the United States District Court for the District of Maryland), Judge Andrew J. Peck (Senior Counsel, DLA Piper LLP and previously United States Magistrate Judge for the Southern District of New York), Judge Lee H. Rosenthal (Chief United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Texas), Jennie Lee Anderson (Partner, Andrus Anderson LLP), and David Kessler (Partner, Norton Rose Fulbright LLP).

Registration Fee – $200

Your registration fee directly supports this program and CLE processing, as well as the Bolch Judicial Institute’s work to study and advance rule-of-law principles, judicial independence, and law reform through technology and innovation. As a non-profit institute, we are committed to keeping our programs accessible to all members of the legal community. For information about financial aid, please contact Kristin Triebel at kristin.triebel@law.duke.edu.

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*This program has been approved by the Board of Continuing Legal Education of the North Carolina State Bar for continuing legal education credit in the amount of 2.0 hours. For attorneys licensed in the state of New York, North Carolina is a New York-approved jurisdiction, and so you may claim credit under the New York Approved Jurisdiction policies. CLE credit has been applied for and is pending approval in the state of California. For those licensed in other states, your certificate of attendance can be used to apply for CLE credit in your home state.