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Legal Learning Series
Legal Learning Series Proudly Announces William “Bill” Hamilton, to Co-host and moderate at 2015 5th Annual eDiscovery Leadership Conference
Fort Lauderdale, FL, September 6, 2015, – Legal Learning Series, a leader in legal education, networking and events, announced today that William “Bill” Hamilton, an adjunct professor at UF, and dean of the Electronic Discovery Project Management Department at Bryan University will co-host and moderate at the 2015 5th Annual Legal Learning Series eDiscovery Leadership Conference, a full day educational conference for professionals working in technology within law firms and legal departments.
William Hamilton is a veteran trial attorney who handles complex business litigation in the areas software and technology disputes, intellectual property (copyright, trademark, patent and trade secrets law), e-commerce, data security, telecommunications, trade regulation, unfair trade practices, and internal investigations.
Mr. Hamilton currently teaches Electronic Discovery and Digital Evidence as an adjunct professor at the University of Florida’s Levin College of Law. Mr. Hamilton is the Executive Director of the International Center for Automated Research at the University of Florida and the UF Law E-Discovery Project. Mr. Hamilton is also the Dean of Graduate Students at Bryan University and its Electronic Discovery Project Management Certificate program. Mr. Hamilton is a featured speaker and writer on business litigation, electronic discovery and evidence. Mr. Hamilton is also a neutral, arbitrator and mediator for the World Intellectual Property Organization, the International Trademark Association, and the American Arbitration Association.
The conference will take place all day on Thursday, October 29th, at The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino in Hollywood, FL. Mr. Hamilton, will also be on hand to meet with LLS eDiscovery Conference attendees in the Networking Lounge.
Robert Friedman, Co-founder and Executive Director of Legal Learning Series: “Legal Learning Series is delighted to welcome Bill Hamilton, and have his expertise and guidance for the day as we look to educate the Florida legal community. The support we receive from respected experts like Mr. Hamilton, and from our existing partners, allows us to provide the absolute best is quality programming and events for the legal community.”
About Legal Learning Series
Legal Learning Series was created to help promote the common business interest of the legal community, educate the legal professionals on what is relevant or topical, and serve as a resource for the entire legal industry. The Legal Learning Series is dedicated to providing higher continuing legal education programs and offering legal experts, consultants, service and technology providers the opportunity to educate the community. We offer comprehensive half day seminars, full day seminars, conferences, lunch and learns, professional development courses to be hosted within law firms, legal networking opportunities, and training for litigation support, eDiscovery, forensic data recovery and trial presentation. Attendees of the Legal Learning Series include top level professionals: lawyers, judges, administrators, paralegals, legal assistants, case managers, litigation support managers, legal consultants, and others. Join your colleagues in an exciting journey towards setting higher standards in the legal community. Participate in making a difference.
About UF Law eDiscovery Project
The UF Law E-Discovery Project is a multidisciplinary endeavor to support the civil litigation process through electronic discovery law courses, research, the development of information retrieval method and tools, and offering electronic discovery skills training for practicing attorneys and litigation support professionals through public conferences and continuing legal educational offerings.
The UF Law E-Discovery Project is supported by generous contributions from ICAIR, The International Center for Automated Research at the University of Florida Levin College of Law.
To learn more about UF Law eDiscovery Project, please visit http://www.law.ufl.edu/academics/institutes/icair
William Hamilton, UF Law eDiscovery Project