Everlaw’s User Education team offers a variety of recurring free live training sessions designed to help you to learn, understand, and master the Everlaw platform. These sessions cover everything from introductory information designed to help new users get started navigating and using Everlaw, to advanced sessions focused on specific complex features of the Everlaw platform. On this page you can find a list of all of the available live training offerings along with a description of what features of the Everlaw platform are covered in each session. You will also find links that you can use to sign up for a session or view a recording.
Most of our live sessions are delivered from our office in Oakland, California and are open to all users. For our users based in the UK and EU, we also offer several sessions during GMT/BST business hours, which you can view a full list of here.
If you have any questions about our training offerings or signing up to attend an upcoming session, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For users who are brand-new to Everlaw and want to understand what features are available.
For users responsible for setting up a case, adding other users and managing case settings.
For users who are interested in processed data, including navigating the load file, mapping metadata, and resolving any errors.
For users who will be preparing documents sets for production and generating productions.
For users who will be organizing documents into a Timeline, drafting narratives, or preparing for Depositions.
For users who are interested in creating and leveraging predictive coding models to locate documents and improve the efficiency of document review.
For users who are responsible for understanding key terms and characteristics of a database.
For users who are interested in Everlaw's ECA database structure and promoting documents for review.
For users who are interested in Everlaw's legal holds tool. Please note this tool is only accessible to users with Legal holds permissions.
For users who are interested in learning about what features and resources were recently released.
For users who will be administering Everlaw across all databases owned by their organization.