Taft E-Discovery Professional Awarded CEDS Certification
Elizabeth A. Conaway, Manager of Litigation Support at Taft, has earned the right to use the prestigious designation CEDS - Certified E-Discovery Specialist. She is among the select maiden group of e-Discovery professionals to pass the rigorous four hour certification examination that provides a tough and objective measure of mastery of the challenging field of e-Discovery. The test is administered by the Association of Certified e-Discovery Specialists (ACEDS), the premier membership organization of e-Discovery professionals in the field worldwide, and Kryterion, a psychometric firm.
The exam was assembled over eight months by a team of 40 leading e-Discovery professionals under the guidance of ACEDS and Kryterion management to ensure that the exam was technically sound and legally defensible. The computer-based examination has 145 items. The certification exam is offered at 560 secure ACEDS-Kryterion Testing Centers worldwide, including 320 in the United States and 30 in Canada.
For more information on CEDS certification, please visit: www.ACEDS.org.
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