Provide your law and paralegal students with hands-on e-discovery experience to better prepare them for today’s job market and the future of litigation.
The Relativity Academic Partner program provides access to practice-ready curricula and Relativity software. By giving students early exposure to software used by more than 195 of the Am Law 200 and more than 120 litigation support providers, they can graduate with the skills needed to be indispensable to their future employers starting on day one.
Assistant Dean for IT & Adjunct Instructor
University of North Carolina School of Law
Administrators and instructors are helping the future generation of lawyers and paralegals become proficient in e-discovery technology with opportunities to:
Teach your students how to review data through our FERPA-compliant database, which is backed by 24/7 support.
Academic Partners can receive Relativity Administrative Training before their course begins and use Relativity curriculum that is synced with a customized database throughout their course.
Guest speakers are available for live webinars and visits to Academic Partner schools to talk about topics such as kCura’s e-discovery software and industry best practices.
Southern Methodist University