Lawyers have an ethical obligation to keep abreast of benefits and risks of technology and the complexities of AI have really upped the ante, presenting ethical issues for lawyers (and the rest of us) that few could have contemplated. Check out some recent thought leadership, and take a quick little AI quiz.
H5 and The Future Society present "From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of Artificial Intelligence" at Legaltech 2018. Panelists: Hon. Joy Flowers Conti, Nicolas Economou, Anthony Davis, Esq., Amy Mushahwar, Esq. Julia Brickell, Esq.
Join our distinguished panel on Feb. 1 at 1PM for “From Courtroom to Conference Room: Legal Ethics in the Age of AI,” co-presented by The Future Society and moderated by Arthur R. Miller. Complimentary pass and CLE ethics credit available. (Drop by Booth 426 for a demo of H5 Matter Intelligence!)
Are lawyers being unnecessarily inundated with what they “MUST” know about legal tech or should they rely on the experts to show them the way?
Julie Brickell, in Westlaw Journal Computer & Internet (June 17, 2016 issue) H5's general counsel Julia Brickell discusses the impact of technological change on the role and ethical responsibilities of counsel.