|This course will examine the electronic discovery (e-discovery) process primarily following the 9 stages of the Electronic Discovery Reference Model (EDRM). It will include analysis of e-discovery case law including past and current cases; the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure related to e-discovery; different types of e-discovery including litigation, government investigations, and internal audits; and ethical issues related to e-discovery. Additionally, it will have a practical aspect that will teach e-discovery skills related to e-discovery technology including review platforms. This course will be taught entirely online. Students will be able to complete all course requirements asynchronously within the timelines set for each course element. It is not a learn-at-your-own-pace course, but there will be no scheduled class meetings that would require attendance on a specific date or at a specific time. The exam will be available on-line, and students will be able to take it during the exam period.