• eDiscovery Certificate

    The mounting volume of electronic communications, documents, and images is changing the very practice of law. The vast majority of discoverable information today is exchanged and stored electronically, but many legal professionals don't know now to pursue these materials effectively. 

    Postbaccalaureate students - students who have an undergraduate degree, but who want to return to school to further develop their skills and advance their careers - can earn an eDiscovery Certificate from Hamline.

    The Hamline eDiscovery certificate is a two-semester program designed for working legal and IT professionals with evening classes that can be completed in nine months

    With Hamline’s eDiscovery Certificate, you’ll be at the leading edge of eDiscovery innovation through:

    • Extensive exposure to the principles, process, technology, risks, and opportunities associated with discovery of electronically stored information
    • An internship providing an opportunity to apply classroom learning
    • Hands-on training in a laboratory setting
    • Detailed exposure to widely used eDiscovery technology
    • All eDiscovery courses will be taught by nationally recognized attorneys and eDiscovery professionals in conjunction with Hamline Legal Studies professors

    Please note: The eDiscovery Certificate program  is not an American Bar Association approved paralegal certificate program and does not qualify recipients for the practice of law.

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    Contact a Graduate Admission counselor and request information to learn more about how you can pursue an eDiscovery Certificate.

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