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A Day in the Life of a Futurist Jurist Empowered by Artificial Intelligence: An Ethical Dilemma


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 59 minutes
Recorded Date: January 31, 2018
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Agenda

2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
  • Legal ethics scenarios involving the use of Artifical Intelligence
  • Current limitations of AI
  • Duty of technical competency
  • Robot accountability
  • Client and bar acceptance
  • Future of AI in the legal industry
Runtime: 1 hour
Recorded: January 31, 2018

Description

The practice of law is poised for radical change. The use of machine learning algorithms in discovery is only the beginning of how Artificial Intelligence (AI) could possibly impact the legal industry in years to come. However, these changes pose significant ethical dilemmas for legal practitioners.

This session will look into the future at the day in the life of an attorney empowered by artificial intelligence, and the ethical challenges associated with AI. How will today’s use of predictive coding and discovery analytics propel tomorrow’s lawyers to leverage AI in alternative applications across the entire legal process?

This program was recorded as part of LegalTech on January 31st, 2018.

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Panelists

Shannon Capone Kirk

E-Discovery Counsel
Ropes & Gray LLP

Shannon Capone Kirk is E-Discovery Counsel at Ropes & Gray where she focuses exclusively on electronic discovery law. Shannon is a contributing author on three books on E-Discovery, the most recent being the EDI Judges’ Guide to E-Discovery (2015). Shannon has published numerous articles on the topic in publications such as: Law Technology News, Corporate Legal Times, National Law Journal, Sue Magazine. She frequently conducts CLE courses and Webinars and routinely speaks on E-Discovery. Shannon has been a professor of E-Discovery at Suffolk Law School in Boston since 2010. Shannon is a Sedona Conference Working Group Member of Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG1).

Honored as a Chambers-Ranked E-Discovery attorney, Shannon is also recognized as a "Rising Star" by Illinois Super Lawyers and Massachusetts Super Lawyers. Shannon's practice is built upon her complex commercial litigation experience. In addition to working extensively on electronic discovery, she has litigated cases in state and federal courts across the country.

Ralph C. Losey

Shareholder
Jackson Lewis P.C.

Ralph C. Losey is a Shareholder in the Orlando office of Jackson Lewis P.C. He serves as the firm’s National e-Discovery Counsel, and Chair of the Electronic Discovery Practice Group. He has served for years as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Florida’s College of Law, teaching e-discovery. He is also the co-founder of the IT-Lex foundation and the Electronic Discovery Best Practices group (EDBP.com). Mr. Losey is a frequent speaker at e-discovery conferences and CLEs around the country and a leading contributor in the field of legal search, including recent landmark decisions on the use of predictive coding.

Martin T. Tully

Partner
Akerman LLP

Martin T. Tully is a founding partner of Actuate Law LLC, based in Chicago. He is a veteran trial lawyer with over 25 years of national experience representing companies and individuals in complex commercial litigation concerning a broad array of fields and industries.

Empowered by his commercial litigation practice, Martin is nationally recognized for his knowledge and experience in the fields of electronic discovery, information governance and data security/data privacy. His expertise helps clients to stay ahead of the curve in each of these fields with respect to developing law, technology, and best practices, whether in the context of active litigation and regulatory matters, or in seeking to avoid them. Martin is also adept at leveraging both technology and strategic partnerships with technologists to achieve client objectives.

Martin advances thought-leadership in data law as a member of the Steering Committee of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Electronic Document Retention and Production (WG-1), as an active member of the Sedona Conference Working Group on Data Security and Privacy Liability (WG-11), the 7th Circuit E-Discovery Pilot Program Committee, the ABA Section of Litigation, Privacy and Data Security Committee, and the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP).

In addition, Martin has published and presented extensively on the subjects of e-discovery, information governance, cybersecurity, and legal technology; has been recognized by Chambers USA, Nationwide, for Litigation: E-Discovery; and has been acknowledged by Who’s Who Legal as being “steps ahead of his competitors” and “widely regarded for his ‘superior knowledge’ of electronic discovery and information governance.”


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