Seyfarth Shaw’s Scott Carlson, founder and chair of the firm’s eDiscovery and Information Governance practice in Chicago, was selected to serve on the Georgetown Law Center’s Advanced eDiscovery Institute (AEDI) Advisory Board. Carlson fills the position held by Seyfarth attorney James Daley.
The AEDI’s Advisory Board plans Georgetown Law Center’s annual eDiscovery conference. Now entering its 14th year, the conference is recognized as the preeminent annual global eDiscovery Conference where attendees gain access to federal judges and are provided the opportunity to learn at an advanced level from the leading eDiscovery practitioners and academics from across the country.
Carlson’s practice is entirely devoted to eDiscovery and information governance issues from both the consulting and litigation perspective. Notably, Carlson developed and taught the first eDiscovery course taught in a U.S. law school program.