Trust but Verify: Ethically Leveraging Artificial Intelligence in the Legal Profession

19 November 2019

Location:

K&L Gates Seattle Office
Seattle

Presenters:

Artificial intelligence technology permeates virtually every aspect of our daily lives, and those who work in the legal profession are no exception. Whether used to expedite legal research, distill vast amounts of digital data or even fight parking tickets, artificial intelligence and other cutting edge technologies offer substantial benefits to the legal profession, with great potential to save time and money, efficiently assess risk and increase quality.

While the promise and potential this technology brings to the legal profession is exciting, it is not without risk. A lawyer’s general ethical obligations - the duties of competence, diligence, candor, supervision, confidentiality, and regarding non-lawyer assistance - remain fixed. In this conversation, we explore the most common ways that artificial intelligence is being deployed in the practice of law, and how you can best prepare to responsibly leverage it to serve your clients efficiently and effectively.

Julie Anne Halter will lead this conversation in exploring the common ways that artificial intelligence is being deployed in the practice of law, and how you can best prepare to responsibly leverage it to serve your clients efficiently and effectively.

7:30 A.M. - Registration
8:00 - 9:00 A.M. - Program
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