Creighton Law Review Symposium on Evolving Litigation Issues

I participated in a symposium at Creighton University School of Law on April 3, 2009, presenting “Modern Issues in e-Discovery.”  The symposium was extremely well attended with attorneys from Nebraska and Iowa. 

It was a privilege to present to attorneys and law students on current e-Discovery issues.  Thanks go to Thomas J. Kelley, Esq., from McGrath North Mullin & Kratz, PC for being an excellent co-panelist. 

The following panels included the “Credibility of Eyewitness Testimony” and “The Eyewitmem Project, Measuring the Impossible?”  The keynote by Dr. Richard De Mulder, Professor of Computers and Law, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, the Netherlands, focused on memory and witnesses, and even touched on memory in document review. 

img_10541I also enjoyed one attendee asking if I was the new dean.  I was not sure why I was mistaken for the dean, until I met the man: Another bow tie lawyer.

Josh Gilliland is a California attorney who focuses his practice on eDiscovery. Josh is the co-creator of The Legal Geeks, which has made the ABA Journal Top Blawg 100 Blawg in 2013, 2014, and 2015, and was nominated for Best Podcast for the 2015 Geekie Awards. Josh has presented at legal conferences and comic book conventions across the United States. He also ties a mean bow tie.

  1. I’m so happy to have met you today. Thanks for participating in the symposium and thanks even more for being an Omaha bow tie wearer!
    Eric

  2. Josh,

    Thanks for helping make our symposium a great success. You presentation was great. However, most importantly, you gave the attendees real life examples about how E-discovery affects every day people and every day companies. On behalf of the Creighton Law Review, thanks again.

    Darin Whitmer
    Editor-in-Chief