eDiscovery and predictive coding software provider Recommind is giving a seminar with the title 360 degrees on the Jackson Reforms on 27 March at 8:30am in St Paul’s Cathedral.
The speakers include Senior Master Whitaker, Mark Surguy of Eversheds and me, and the session will be chaired by Nick Patience of Recommind. You can register here.
The timing is good, since the case management and disclosure elements of the Jackson reforms, along with the rest, take effect on 1 April.
As extra incentive, should you need it, the seminar will be followed by a complimentary 30 minute private tour of St Paul’s Cathedral, including access to areas not usually seen on a standard tour.
BBC’s Question Time was broadcast from St Paul’s recently. As usual, I did not get to the end (I have a finite capacity for idiots burbling tosh) but I gather that the closing credits included “Set design: Sir Christopher Wren”. The beauty of the place provides a second reason for attending this session which will, I think, be worth attending for it own sake.
St Paul’s photograph by Chris Dale