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David Horrigan

David Horrigan

David Horrigan is Relativity’s discovery counsel and legal education director. An attorney, award-winning journalist, law school guest lecturer, and former e-discovery industry analyst, David has served as counsel at the Entertainment Software Association, reporter and assistant editor at The National Law Journal, and analyst and counsel at 451 Research. The author and co-author of law review articles as well as the annual Data Discovery Legal Year in Review, David is a frequent contributor to Legaltech News, and he was First Runner-Up for Best Legal Analysis in the LexBlog Excellence Awards. His articles have appeared also in The American Lawyer, Corporate Counsel, The New York Law Journal, Texas Lawyer, The Washington Examiner, and others, and he has been cited by media, including American Public Media’s Marketplace, TechRepublic, and The Wall Street Journal. David serves on the Global Advisory Board of ACEDS, the Planning Committee of the University of Florida E-Discovery Conference, and the Resource Board of the National Association of Women Judges. David is licensed to practice law in the District of Columbia, and he is an IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional/US.

Articles

The Growing Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the Law

Beyond Alex Jones and the Secret Service: The Law and Technology of Texts in E-Discovery

Can Software Engage in the Unauthorized Practice of Law?

Parental Rights, a Gas Station, and Access to Justice in the Virtual World

The Joy of e-Discovery at the University of Florida Conference

COVID-19 Technology Law Update: The Law of Virtual Court Proceedings

Pokémon, Privacy, and the Police: California Appellate Court Rejects Data Privacy Challenge

e-Discovery News: Sandy Hook Families Prevail After InfoWars' Discovery Abuse

The Best of Relativity Fest 2021: Our Favorite Commentary

e-Discovery Practice and Procedure: Is Eastern Time Standard for Discovery Deadlines?

Brandi the Cheerleader, Social Media Law, and the Limits of Free Speech Off-Campus

Activist Judges?: University of Florida Examines e-Discovery--and the Role of Judges in It

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