The interactive presentation will take place on the first day of LegalTech on January 29 at 11:45 AM. The session is open to all LegalTech attendees.
About TotalDiscovery.com and BIA
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Founded in 1955, FPRI is a 501(c)(3) non-partisan, non-profit organization devoted to bringing the insights of scholarship to bear on the development of policies that advance U.S. national interests. The 85 affiliated scholars of FPRI include a Pulitzer Prize-winning historian, a former president of Swarthmore College, a Bancroft Prizewinning historian, a former Ambassador, and a senior staff member of the National Security Council. Its network of scholars include representatives of diverse disciplines, including political science, history, economics, law, management, religion, sociology, and psychology. FPRI conducts research on pressing issues — al-Qaeda and its affiliated movements, developments in the Middle East, nuclear proliferation, relations with China, Russia, India, and Japan, the globalization of crime-terror pipelines — and long-term questions, such as the role of religion in international politics, the nature of Western identity, and the management of national security in an era of fiscal austerity.