It's All About Education

Simply, lawyers need to change the way data is handled in litigation to keep up with technology, but they can’t change their usual process unless they are confident that the changed process works. EDI's mission is to provide education to the legal community, giving these lawyers the confidence they need to make this change. Below you will find links to various publications including those authored by members of the Electronic Discovery Institute's Board of Directors. These publications reflect the ever-expanding scope of our mission to measure, report and educate about technologies used in litigation and investigations, and particularly in the litigation discovery arena.  


publications submitted by ambassadors

The following publications were submitted by Ambassadors of the EDI Leadership Summit.  As such, the views and opinions expressed within these articles are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official position of EDI.


92 Reasons to Delete Data | Provided by FTI Consulting

Case Study: One Company, Five Business Units, One Custom Solution | Provided by CDS Legal

Creating and Driving Value for Consumers of Legal Services | Provided by Cobra Legal Solutions

Managing the Risks of Data Production in the Wake of GDPR | Provided by Consilio

One Price for a Year of eDiscovery | Provided by Prosearch Strategies

Preservation Challenges in Light of New and Emerging Data Trends | Provided by Epiq


92 Reasons to Delete Data | Provided by FTI Consulting

ABA Adoption of Ethical Considerations for Electronic Communications | Provided by Cobra Legal Solutions

Measuring Cost of Ownership in Document Review | Provided by Quislex

The New Paradigm: Predicting and Controlling the Total Cost of eDiscovery | Provided by UnitedLex


The Changing Legal Industry - Hiring an eDiscovery Expert Can Make Sense & Save Money | Provided by Cobra Legal Solutions

Information Governance: Establishing a Program and Executing Initial Projects | Provided by Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP

Neither Friend Nor Follower - Ethical Boundaries of Social Media Provided by Sidley Austin LLP