Cornell University

Scheinman Institute on Conflict Resolution

456 ILR Research Building, 607-255-9298

Special Topics in Arbitral Evidence DR158

Not currently offered

This program currently has no scheduled dates.

Register for this class and "DR155: Scheinman on Evidence" and receive a 15% discount. To obtain the discount, you must register for both classes at the same time, and specify discount code SCH in the "Special Discount" field.

Arbitrator and Professor of Law Jay Grenig has written extensively on alternative dispute resolution, discovery of electronically stored information, and electronic evidence. In this era of email communication, texting, and social media, the proper use of electronic evidence presents new challenges for advocates and arbitrators alike. Prof. Grenig will lead the class in a thorough exploration of such topics as:

  • Sources of electronic evidence
  • Discovery of electronic evidence
  • Preserving and collecting electronic evidence
  • Authenticating electronic evidence
  • Using digital technology to present evidence
  • Role of experts and forensic tools
  • Authentication and admissibility of electronic evidence
  • Effective use of social media material
  • Admissibility of polygraph evidence
  • Drug testing