Emeka Arinze Esq.
Chair of the FTLD
Digital Evidence & eDiscovery process is an Electronic Evidentiary Tool for 21st Century Law Practice for Admissibility of Digital Evidence & Management of eDiscovery Law Practice for the Bar and the Bench.
In order to develop the cutting-edge digital skills needed to become proficient in Digital Evidence and eDiscovery law practice, the committee on Digital Evidence and eDiscovery law practice is poised to bringing together legal communities within the African Bar: The Judiciary; University Law Faculties; Law Schools; In-House Corporate Counsel And Other Leading Industry Participants with a view to developing the cutting-edge digital skills needed to become proficient in Digital Evidence and eDiscovery Law Practice for effective management of litigation within the demands of the digital eco-legal systems.
About the Committee
The committee is committed to its members in addressing the following areas of interest by way of research & journal development, which would inevitably lay the foundation for Conferences; Seminars; Workshops and Training: