This information-packed webinar led by a power-house panel of experts offers a practical discussion on the rise of artificial intelligence, robot helpers, and the impact of this technology on lawyers and firms.
During this comprehensive program, you will learn:
- What is classified as artificial intelligence
- Top AI software options, and key technology features to look for firm success, and fit
- Who is best suited to conduct the AI software search at your firm
- Specific ways that firms are using AI/robots to optimize time and profits
- Types of cases/transactions that are the best fit for an AI alternative
- When lawyer experience trumps AI robots, and when it does not
- A look at Legal AI tools that are in the works
- Specific steps for firms to get started with AI
Product ID: 8874
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Kevin G Mulcahy
Director of Education, Neota Logic
Kevin is the Director of Education at Neota Logic, which provides a software development platform for creating legal expert systems: applications that replicate the thinking of a lawyer and provide situation-specific guidance to users.
He's also an Adjunct Professor of Law at Georgetown University Law Center, where he co-teaches courses on how lawyers can create systems – rather than memos -- that deliver high-quality, customized guidance. His courses have received a lot of positive media attention and culminate in an “Iron Tech Lawyer” competition in which students present their systems to a panel of judges.
VP, Client Engagement & Strategy at Neota Logic
Ryan is a 2015 FastCase 50 recipient - honoring 50 "entrepreneurs, innovators, and trailblazers... who have charted a new course for the delivery of legal services" - and he is a regular contributor to the popular 3 Geeks and a Law Blog. Prior to joining Neota, Ryan led the Global Legal Technology Innovation initiative at Norton Rose Fulbright. He has spent the last 13 years in BigLaw technology advocating for and implementing policies, procedures, and tools to improve the flow of knowledge and the pace of innovation within firms.
Chief Information Officer, Best Best & Krieger LLP
Chief Information Officer Steve Fletcher manages all information technology functions at Best Best & Krieger LLP, and has more than 33 years of law firm technology experience. Before joining BB&K, he served as chief information officer for a 220-attorney firm based in North Carolina. Steve has served in executive positions with Informatics Legal Systems and Financial Software, Inc. and has extensive strategic IT consulting expertise with medium to large law firms.
Continuing Education Units
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