Joshua Gilliland, Esq., blogger for Bow Tie Law, one of the two attorney bloggers for The Legal Geeks, Litigation World columnist and founder of Majority Opinion LLC.
Mr. Gilliland is a California attorney and nationally recognized thought leader on electronic discovery with his blog “Bow Tie Law.”
Josh has conducted nearly 400 Continuing Legal Education seminars on e-Discovery from Anchorage to St. Thomas.
Josh has organized webinars with Magistrate Judge John Facciola and other e-Discovery leaders; guest lectured at McGeorge School of Law and has been published in American Lawyer Magazine and Litigation: American Bar Association, The Journal of the Section of Litigation. Josh’s has presented at the following events and organizations:
Paraben Forensic Innovation Conference
Michael Arkfeld’s eDiscovery & Digital Evidence Course
Computer Enterprise Investigation Conference
Legal Tech New York
McGeorge School of Law Annual MCLE Program
Santa Clara County Bar Association
National Court Reporters Association Convention
Southwestern Law School
Josh is highly active in the Santa Clara County Bar Association. He is the 2012-2013 Chairman of the Law Related Education Committee, which coordinates the Santa Clara County High School Mock Trial Tournament. Josh also serves on the Civil Practice Committee. Josh also proudly coaches the Santa Clara High School Mock Trial Team.
Josh founded Majority Opinion LLC in 2011 and developed The Deponent App for the iPad.
Josh also ties a mean bow tie.
Bow Tie Law Blog does not provide legal advice. Bow Tie Law Blog postings have been prepared for informational and educational purposes only and should be not be viewed as legal advice. All comments are purely personal opinion.
Really excellent blog. Thanks!
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I was in Prof. Galves’ Civ Pro class last night (8-21-12). Thank you for making the effort to produce and organize such well written information. I look forward to browsing the blog and applying the concepts in my legal education.
Thank you for the kind words. I wish you well in your first year of law school.
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I enjoy the blog, thank you–Adam Cohen
For some reason thelegalgeeks site doesn’t recognize my wordpress login. Loved your summary of the geekies! I was there too, wish I’d known you were there I would have told you I love the legalgeeks! I was the girl in the gigantic labyrinth dress.
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I really appreciate your blog, Mr. Gilliland! I am an attorney in Santa Rosa starting up a company consulting other attorneys on e-discovery and data evidence issues. I read all your case analyses and it really helps me stay up to date and keep my clients up to date, too. Hope to run into you at one of the several e-discovery conferences this year. Happy 2014!
Thank you for the kind words.
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