It’s Spring. The flowers are blooming. And kids everywhere are anxiously awaiting the summer break from school. But we at Nextpoint never take a break from eDiscovery education. In fact, we are very excited to announce a brand new partnership with ACEDS, the nation’s leading eDiscovery training and certification professional association.
eDiscovery Training and Certification Content
As we continue to grow, Nextpoint has expanded its robust educational offerings to include new webinars, training and discussions all geared towards the needs of our clients. Our partnership with ACEDS will provide new opportunities for training and certification for Nextpoint, and Nextpoint will help to contribute to ACEDS growing library of educational and thought leadership resources.
“We are excited to partner with ACEDS to enable our professionals to share and stay abreast of today’s best eDiscovery strategies and also to ensure that legal technology professionals are informed about the latest innovations in the Nextpoint platform.” said Rakesh Madhava, CEO of Nextpoint. “We believe high quality, valuable continuing education programs are essential to success in the rapidly evolving field of legal technology and we look forward to working with ACEDS to deliver on that mission.”
Maribel Rivera, Senior Director of Community Relations at ACEDS noted that, ”Nextpoint and ACEDS both know that for lawyers and legal professionals to address the changes to eDiscovery, we need to invest in innovation and people, share knowledge, and collaborate. We are excited to be working with the Nextpoint team over the next year.”
Nextpoint is planning to work with ACEDS on several projects over the coming year. Join the Nextpoint webinar list to get up to date info on upcoming ACEDS/Nextpoint joint webinars.
The Association of Certified E-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), part of leading legal education provider The BARBRI Group, is a global association for professionals working in e-discovery, information governance, compliance, and the broader legal community. ACEDS provides training and certification in e-discovery and related disciplines to corporate legal departments, law firms, the government, service providers and institutions of higher learning. The CEDS certification is recognized around the world and used to verify skills and competence in electronic discovery for organizations and individuals through training, certification, and ongoing education. The CEDS credential is held by legal professionals at the largest Fortune 500 companies, Am Law 200 firms and government agencies. ACEDS has 26 chapters, with locations in major U.S. cities, the UK, Ireland, Canada, the Netherlands, and South Africa. ACEDS goal is to help professionals and organizations reduce the costs and risks associated with e-discovery while helping to improve and verify their skills and advance their careers and overall technology competence in e-discovery and related fields.