Last year's winner of the writing competition was Caitlyn Smith of University of Alabama School of Law, who wrote Resurrecting Zubulake. The runners-up were Jennifer Hastedt of Saint Mary's University, School of Law, who wrote The Role of Business in Mitigating E-Discovery Litigation Risk, and Allen King of University of Alabama School of Law, who wrote Proportionality in Production.Complete contest rules and additional information can be found at www.dishediscovery.com.
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