Women in eDiscovery Announces Affiliation With Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists
Women in eDiscovery and the Association of Certified eDiscovery Specialists, a BARBRI Professional Association, today announced an affiliation agreement providing WiE members discounted rates for ACEDS certification and membership.
ACEDS helps professionals in various disciplines improve and certify their eDiscovery knowledge and skills, advance their careers, increase their contacts and increase overall competence in e-discovery and related fields.
“We are excited about this affiliation with Women in eDiscovery,” says Mary Mack, executive director of ACEDS. “They are an organization that is committed to the continued professional development of its members. We look forward to providing their membership with training, certification and networking opportunities that will further their knowledge and reach within the eDiscovery space.”
“Women in eDiscovery places a high value on education, networking and leadership development for our members,” says Amy Juers, executive director of Women in eDiscovery. “We are excited to bring the many opportunities ACEDS offers to our membership.”
• Exclusive tools you can use in jobs
• A forum for connecting and networking
• A community for the exchange of ideas and best practices
• The only provider of the career-enhancing CEDS™ professional certification
• Breaking news and in-depth analyses of issues affecting the e-discovery field
Under the agreement, ACEDS will provide WiE members a 20 percent discount on certification and membership. The code is WiE2016. For more information about ACEDS certification, training or membership, visit https://www.aceds.org/.
The ACEDS Professional Association, part of leading legal education provider BARBRI, is a membership association committed to promoting and verifying eDiscovery skills and competence through training, education and certification for organizations and individuals. The association’s goal is to help professionals and organizations reduce the costs and risks associated with eDiscovery and realize the advantages of performing it effectively. ACEDS awards the Certified eDiscovery Specialist credential, which is held by practitioners at Am Law 200 firms, government agencies — including the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and U.S. Justice Department — and some of the largest corporations in the world.
About Women in eDiscovery
Women in eDiscovery (http://www.womeninediscovery.org) is an organization that brings together women around the world who are interested in technology related to the legal industry. Its goal is to provide opportunities for businesswomen to grow personally and professionally through leadership, education, networking support and recognition. Currently, there are more than 4,000 members and 27 chapters worldwide.