Law students often enter the workforce with little or no training on legal technology — and they aren’t necessarily given best practices on the job, either.
DISCO was built by lawyers who believe technology can greatly improve legal outcomes. That’s why we started DISCO for Schools, providing professors with the tools they need to prepare their students for legal careers — for free.
“Incorporating DISCO into our curriculum made the concept of ediscovery concrete and prepared our students for the actual practice of law. After using DISCO for 3 years in both 1L and 3L courses, I could not be happier with the results.”
“I expose the students to multiple ediscovery platforms during the course, and they prefer using DISCO in large part because of how intuitive and easy it is for them to use.”
"In the competitive legal job market, having hands-on ediscovery technology training is an incredible advantage as ediscovery is and continues to be a huge part of the actual practice of law. I've used DISCO for years and the ability for students to learn this in school will make an immediate impact."
Most states require lawyers to keep current with applicable legal technology. Still, over 40% of lawyers report receiving no technology training.
Our technology is so intuitive that users can often start reviewing documents with little to no training.
Students will learn all facets of ediscovery, from data ingest to ECA, review, analytics, productions and privilege logs.
DISCO for Schools provides students and professors free access to the leading ediscovery technology for educational purposes. We provide the tech, the database, the activities, and the product training while you focus on teaching the law.
“I feel like I see cases in an entirely different way now. Before, all we had read about was cases and the end of litigation. Now I see what the process looks like for lawyers during all that time leading up to the opinions.”