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The Paralegal's Guide to Obtaining Evidence from Electronic Devices

  • 01/15/2019
  • 7:00 AM - 2:00 PM
  • Webcast

Register: https://ipe.nbi-sems.com/ProductDetails/The-Paralegal-s-Guide-to-Obtaining-Evidence-from-Electronic-Devices/Video-Webcast/81870ER_TXTXPARPI408400000

Program Description

Tips and Secrets for Gathering Important Electronic Evidence

Do you have the knowledge you need to find and gather any and all crucial evidence from electronic devices? This insightful course will provide a fresh look at effective ways to collect online and other digital data. Gain a solid foundation for collecting, requesting and subpoenaing evidence. Don't miss this opportunity to take away practical how-to's and tactics - register today!

  • Review the rules and resources every paralegal should know concerning electronic evidence.
  • Explore the in's and out's of discovery requests and responses.
  • Learn tips for collecting important content from social media accounts.
  • Take a closer look at ways to obtain computer, email, internet and smartphone evidence.
  • Discuss how to structure a subpoena for phone companies and social media companies to get critical records.

This is a rebroadcast of the original webcast delivered by Mathea K.E. Bulander, Laura A. Danielson and Karin M. Scheehle on July 12, 2018. Faculty will be available to answer your questions after the program.


Who Should Attend

This intermediate level course is designed to give paralegals the knowledge they need to effectively obtain evidence from electronic devices. Those who should attend include: 

  • Paralegals
  • Legal Technicians
  • Legal Assistants
  • Legal Support Staff


Course Content

  1. Rules and Resources Every Paralegal Should Know
  2. Discovery Requests, Responses and Producing Electronic Evidence
  3. Collecting Social Media Account Content
  4. Obtaining Computer, Email, Internet and Smartphone Evidence
  5. Subpoenaing Records from Phone Companies, Facebook and Twitter, etc.
  6. Paralegal Ethics for Electronic Evidence

Washington State Paralegal Association
PO Box 58530
Seattle, WA 98138-1530
info@wspaonline.org 

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