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Sec. 2 – Mod. J

Welcome to Module 2-J.

Jason Baron on Search – How Do You Find Anything When You Have a Billion Emails?

Jason R. Baron is a lawyer, writer, editor, and important thought leader in the field of e-discovery. Jason works tirelessly for The Sedona Conference, where he is now a Co-Chair of the Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production. He is also the Editor-in-Chief of  The Sedona Conference Best Practices Commentary on the Use of Search and Information Retrieval in E-Discovery (2007), and The Sedona Conference Commentary on Achieving Quality in the E-Discovery Process (2009). Jason  is also a co-founder of TREC Legal Track, the only scientific group that investigates the problems of search in the legal field.  He also teaches e-discovery at the University of Maryland, and countless CLE events around the country. This module goes deep into the mind of Baron and the important writings he has edited and projects he supervised. It includes three videos where he talks to law students about search and some of his projects. There are few teachers who are more enthused, deep, and humorous than Mr. Baron. Relax and spend as much time as you need to study this important module.


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