If this is you, you really should take their advice, and go learn something about eDiscovery technology.
Have you ever been involved in a meet and confer regarding electronically stored information and felt your adversary was speaking a foreign language? Is active machine learning an unfamiliar concept to you? Is BYOD an acronym for who-knows-what?
If you answered yes to any of the above, or if you lack fluency in the language of e-discovery and digital information management, allow me to introduce you to The Sedona Conference (TSC).
Either that or go do something else for a living, because you are not following the rules of most states in terms of being competent with technology. You are not representing your client well if you can’t speak the language, or be smart enough to bring in someone who can.