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Kenneth J. Withers

Research Associate

Federal Judicial Center

HQ Phone:  (202) 502-4000

Email: k***@***.com

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IPRO Tech Inc


Publishing

Law Corporation


Affiliations

The Sedona Conference

Director of Judicial Education


Education

B.A.

Journalism

Northeastern University


J.D.

Northwestern University School of Law


JD

Northwestern University


Masters

Library and Information Science

Simmons College


Ph.D. Candidate

Law and Information Studies

University of Wales Aberwystyth


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Ken Withers
Ken Withers View Ken's LinkedIn Profile When Ken was with the Federal Judicial Center, he was teaching everyone, including me. He spoke at many of the conferences. He started out working in a firm and he has been working with the Sedona Conference for years now. He has dedicated his career to educating attorneys about electronic discovery issues. This is Ken's personal website that he started years ago.


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Ken Withers, "When Email Explodes," San Diego Lawyer Magazine, p. 36-40 (November/December 2008)
Kenneth J. Withers:"For years, commentators have said that this madness has got to stop. Kenneth J. Withers Ken is the Director of Judicial Education for The Sedona Conference ®, an Arizona-based non-profit law and policy think tank which has been on the forefront of issues involving complex litigation, intellectual property, and antitrust law. Since 1989, he has published several widely-distributed papers on electronic discovery, hosted a popular website on electronic discovery and electronic records management issues, and given presentations at more than 300 conferences and workshops for legal, records management, and industry audiences. Ken's most recent publications are "Ephemeral Data and the Duty to Preserve Discoverable Electronically Stored Information," 37 U. Balt. L. R. 349 (2008) and "Living Daily with Weekley Homes," Texas State Bar Advocate, Vol. 51 (Summer 2010), 23. From 1999 through 2005, he was a Senior Education Attorney at the Federal Judicial Center in Washington D.C., where he developed Internet-based distance learning programs for the federal judiciary concentrating on issues of technology and the administration of justice. Ken contributed to several well-known FJC publications, including the Manual for Complex Litigation, Fourth Edition (2004), Effective Use of Courtroom Technology (2001), and the Civil Litigation Management Manual (2001).


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The Sedona Conference Kenneth J. Withers The Sedona Conference®, Phoenix, AZ Ken is the Director of Judicial Education for The Sedona Conference ®, an Arizona-based non-profit law and policy think tank which has been on the forefront of issues involving complex litigation, intellectual property, and antitrust law. Since 1989, he has published several widely-distributed papers on electronic discovery, hosted a popular website on electronic discovery and electronic records management issues, and given presentations at more than 300 conferences and workshops for legal, records management, and industry audiences. Ken's most recent publications are "Ephemeral Data and the Duty to Preserve Discoverable Electronically Stored Information," 37 U. Balt. L. R. 349 (2008) and "Living Daily with Weekley Homes," Texas State Bar Advocate, Vol. 51 (Summer 2010), 23. From 1999 through 2005, he was a Senior Education Attorney at the Federal Judicial Center in Washington D.C., where he developed Internet-based distance learning programs for the federal judiciary concentrating on issues of technology and the administration of justice. Ken contributed to several well-known FJC publications, including the Manual for Complex Litigation, Fourth Edition (2004), Effective Use of Courtroom Technology (2001), and the Civil Litigation Management Manual (2001).


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Withers | Kenneth J. Withers
The Sedona Conference Kenneth J. Withers The Sedona Conference®, Phoenix, AZ Ken is the Director of Judicial Education and Content for The Sedona Conference, an Arizona-based non-profit law and policy think tank which has been on the forefront of issues involving complex litigation, intellectual property and antitrust law. Since 1989, he has published several widely-distributed papers on electronic discovery, hosted a popular website on electronic discovery and electronic records management issues, and given presentations at more than 250 conferences and workshops for legal, records management, and industry audiences. His most recent publication is "Ephemeral Data" and the Duty to Preserve Discoverable Electronically Stored Information, 37 U. Balt. L. R. 349 (2008) and Living Daily with Weekley Homes, Texas State Bar Advocate, Vol. 51 (Summer 2010), p. 23. From 1999 through 2005, Ken was a Senior Education Attorney at the Federal Judicial Center in Washington D.C., where he developed Internet-based distance learning programs for the federal judiciary concentrating on issues of technology and the administration of justice. He contributed to several well-known FJC publications, including the Manual for Complex Litigation, Fourth Edition (2004), Effective Use of Courtroom Technology (2001), and the Civil Litigation Management Manual (2001).


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Paul Conway, University of Michigan | Bernard Reilly, Center for Research Libraries | Robin L. Dale, University of California, Santa Cruz | Andy Kolovos, Vermont Folklife Center | Sarah Stauderman, Smithsonian Institution Archives | Richard Rinehart, University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive | Ken Withers, The Sedona Conference® | Katherine Skinner, Emory University | Shelby Sanett, Pratt Institute School of Information and Library Science | Simon Tanner, King's College London | David Liroff, Public Service Media
Ken Withers, The Sedona Conference® photo of Ken Withers Ken Withers, Director of Judicial Education and Content, The Sedona Conference®, http://www.thesedonaconference.org combines his background as a commercial litigator, law librarian, information technologist, and teacher to develop educational programs for state and federal judges in the areas of civil procedure, evidence, and First Amendment law. He is a recognized national authority on electronic discovery, having been quoted in Newsweek and on National Public Radio, as well as published more than a dozen law reviews and legal periodicals. He hosts "Voices From the Desert, " a series of Webcast panel discussions with leading jurists and practitioners on issues of law and technology, and lectures extensively at judicial conferences sponsored by state and federal courts. Prior to joining The Sedona Conference®, a non-profit, non-partisan legal think tank headquartered in Arizona, Ken was a Senior Education Attorney at the Federal Judicial Center in Washington, DC and Director of Education at the Social Law Library in Boston, MA. He holds his B.A. in Journalism from Northeastern University, his J.D. from Northwestern University, and his M. Lib. Sci. from Simmons College. He was the recipient of the Lord Lloyd of Kilgerran Award for best post-graduate essay in law and technology given by the British-Irish Legal Education Technology Association in 1999 and the Best Use of Technology Award given by the American Association of Law Librarians in 1998. His recent publications include "Ephemeral Data and the Duty to Preserve Discoverable Electronically Stored Information, 37 U. Balt.


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