Electronic Discovery (E-Discovery) Management

New Winter Start Date!

Explore how electronic data plays a central role in today’s litigation process during discovery and identification of evidence. Learn how records and information management policies prepare organizations for potential litigation. Understand the laws governing electronic discovery, including the consequences for failing to fulfill discovery and presentation obligations. Whether you work in a law firm or an enterprise, learn how to manage the electronic discovery process, including the tools and techniques through which electronic evidence is identified, collected, and presented in the courtroom. 

Cost for the entire program is $2,625.

Courses marked with an asterisk (*) may be taken individually. You must qualify for admission in the program to be eligible to take individual courses.

Electronic Discovery and the Law*

Broad view of the legal frameworks governing electronic discovery. 

Class meets: TBD
Location: TBA
Fee: $875
Credit/Contact hours: 30 Clock or Contact Hours or 3.0 CEUs

Records Management for Litigation Readiness*

Learn to apply key principles of records management to the unique and rapidly evolving challenge of managing electronic records. 

Class meets: TBD
Location: TBA
Fee: $875
Credit/Contact hours: 30 Clock or Contact Hours or 3.0 CEUs

The Collection, Review and Production of Electronic Evidence for Litigation*

Class meets: TBD
Location: TBA
Fee: $875
Credit/Contact hours: 30 Clock or Contact Hours or 3.0 CEUs

Admission requirements

Applicants should:

  • Have completed at least two years of college
  • Have at least two years of relevant professional experience (including experience in law firms, records management positions, information technology positions)
  • Be able to demonstrate how electronic discovery is relevant to their work

Fees and tuition

Tuition is payable on a term-by-term basis. Tuition for the entire program is $2,625. There is also a $50 non-refundable application fee to apply to this program and a $10 non-refundable registration fee for each term. First-term tuition and $10 registration fee are due by 5 p.m. three business days before class begins. Any registrations after this date may be subject to a $50 late fee.

The university’s tuition exemption policy does not apply to this program. Fees and tuition are subject to change.

Registration

Payment Policy: Tuition for classes and $10 registration fee are due by 5 p.m. three days before each term begins. Accepted students who do not pay by the due date will be assessed a $50 late fee.

Refund Policy: Students must make a request to withdraw in writing. Written requests can be sent to keypdc@uw.edu or mailed to the address below. Students withdrawing by 5 p.m. 24 hours BEFORE the program begins, are eligible for a full refund of all tuition except the $50 application fee and $10 processing fee. There is no refund for withdrawals after the first day of class.

Withdrawal Policy: If you are not planning to continue in the certificate program or course, please send a written request to withdraw to keypdc@uw.edu or to:

University of Washington Tacoma
KeyBank Professional Development Center
1900 Commerce St.
Tacoma, WA 98402-3100

Cancellations and Changes: UW Tacoma reserves the right to cancel programs or classes with low enrollment. Please note: Course, application, and registration fees are subject to change.

By clicking "Register now" below you acknowledge that you have read and understood all of these terms and conditions and wish to continue to register for classes. If you have any questions or concerns before registering contact us at 253-692-4618 or keypdc@uw.edu.