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Catalyst, University of Florida, Partner to Offer Innovative, Hands-On Course in E-Discovery Data Analysis and Review

DENVER, CO -- (Marketwired) -- 01/06/14 -- Law schools are often criticized for their lack of practical skills training. But the University of Florida Levin College of Law, in partnership with Catalyst, is offering students an innovative e-discovery course that provides practical, hands-on training in technology-assisted review and other advanced e-discovery techniques.

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The course, "Electronic Discovery Data Analysis and Review," will be offered in the spring semester starting Jan. 6, 2014. The principal instructor will be William "Bill" Hamilton, partner at Quarles & Brady and executive director of the UF Law E-Discovery Project. Lectures will also be presented by Catalyst founder and CEO John Tredennick and by Catalyst search and analytics professionals.

This is an advanced course for second- and third-year law students who have completed an introduction to e-discovery. Students who complete the course will qualify to become certified users of Catalyst Insight, Catalyst's next-generation search and review platform.

To power the course, Catalyst is providing the students with an e-discovery "sandbox" that will include more than 800,000 Enron documents. Students will be able to use it to perform class assignments and experiment with the cloud-based search technology of Catalyst Insight.

"The students appreciate that the skills they learn in this course will enhance their careers no matter what directions they may take," said Hamilton, who is also the provost of Bryan University and dean of its e-discovery programs. "We emphasize that the program is not just for students who are oriented toward a career in electronic discovery, but for students interested in any number of career options."

"We at Catalyst are thrilled to play a role in this innovative educational program," said Tredennick. "As a long-time litigator myself, I understand that practical training in law school can jump start a young lawyer's career, and e-discovery is a skill that will be highly valued for years to come."

About Catalyst Repository Systems

For over 15 years, Catalyst has been a pioneer in delivering secure, cloud-based software to help corporations and their law firms take control of e-discovery, compliance and regulatory matters. Catalyst helps to ensure repeatable, defensible and measurable business processes that provide cost reduction and predictability, greater control over the e-discovery process and better visibility. The Catalyst Insight E-Discovery Platform and Insight Predict enable clients to successfully work with a single matter and seamlessly migrate to multi-matter discovery within the same software platform. A pioneer in global language e-discovery, advanced search and analytics methodologies, Predictive Ranking and big data e-discovery, Catalyst has served many of the largest companies and law firms in the world. For more information, please visit Catalyst at www.catalystsecure.com or follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/catalystsecure.

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