NEW!  Non-credit eDiscovery course!
Discovery in the Digital Age

About the class: This eDiscovery course provides essential skills for paralegals, legal assistants, lawyers, and others in the legal field conducting litigation discovery in the digital era. Students will interpret and apply the rules of civil procedure while conducting simulated discovery of electronically stored information (ESI). Through hands-on work in a computer lab using eDiscovery software students will design and apply strategies for the management of electronic discovery in litigation, including the implementation of a litigation hold.  Students will learn how to load and manipulate data in a review platform, as well as best practices for identifying, preserving, collecting, processing and reviewing information.  Students will practice problem-solving and analytical thinking skills within the context of evaluating practical and ethical issues involved in electronic discovery. Students will be able to communicate effectively with accurate legal terminology and demonstrate proficiency in the use of legal technology.

When is it offered? The course is 4, two hour sessions, being held Thursday evenings from 6:30 - 8:30 pm at our Bedford Campus.  Dates are: September 29 - October 20, 2016.

What does it cost?  This is a non-credit course and the fee is $109.

How do I register?  Click here to be directed to MCC's Community Education & Career Training page.  Select the link for "Register for Courses."  Discovery in the Digital Age is listed under the first link for "Career Training."

If you have any questions, please contact Halye Sugarman at

Last Modified: 6/21/16