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The Future of AI, Mindmapping, and Online Dispute Resolution


Level: Advanced
Runtime: 63 minutes
Recorded Date: February 17, 2022
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Agenda

  • Develop a familiarity with resources on ODR, including the National Center for State Courts white paper discussing the development of ODR and sharing some best practices
  • Be able to summarize the AI decision process by way of mind maps, nodes, and machine learning
  • Analyze the ethical concerns, particularly the necessity of licensed attorney oversight of legal AI creation
  • Discuss and evaluate future regulatory frameworks for ODR systems
Runtime: 1 hour, 3 minutes
Recorded: February 17, 2022

For NY - Difficulty Level: For experienced attorneys only (non-transitional)

Description

This session with explore the expanding Online Dispute Resolution movement. It will provide a brief overview of different types of ODR technologies that are already in use and based on AI and discuss the AI decision process by way of mind maps, nodes, and machine learning. Speakers and participants will examine the ethical concerns associated with ODR, with particular focus on the necessity of licensed attorney oversight of legal AI creation. Finally, some possible future alternatives for regulation of ODR systems will be analyzed.

This program was recorded on February 17th, 2022.

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American Bar Association
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Panelists

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David J. Bilinsky

Principal
Thoughtful Legal Management

A member of the Law Society of BC since 1981, David has been an influential leader – empowering lawyers to anticipate changes, realize opportunities, face challenges, and embrace the possibilities of applying technology to legal practice in innovative ways that provide service excellence.

As a Practice Management Advisor at the B.C. Law Society for almost two decades he advised lawyers on ethics, practice management, and technology. In addition, through writing, speaking, and volunteerism, Mr. Bilinsky has inspired and supported a generation of lawyers to use technology effectively in their practices.

For over 28 years he has written PracticeTalk for the Canadian Bar Association (CBA) BC Branch, drawing readers to legal technology topics with his signature use of apt song lyrics. He was the long-standing author of the Technology column in the B.C. Trial Lawyers Association magazine and a frequent contributor to the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Law Practice Magazine, serving as its executive editor for two years.

Mr. Bilinsky is also a contributor to the Canadian law blog www.slaw.ca and writes his own blog www.thoughtfullaw.com, a frequent winner and Hall of Fame inductee in the Canadian Law Blog Awards. Moreover, he has written hundreds of published articles and contributed chapters to more than 30 books, including CLEBC’s Annual Review.

Mr. Bilinsky was named one of CLEBC’s Most Prolific Volunteers for 1996-2016. Other volunteer activities include founding and chairing the Pacific Legal Technology Conference to bring cutting-edge legal technology education into B.C. Considered a visionary in how technology and other forces are changing the practice of law and how legal organizations can take advantage of these changes, he has been appointed a Fellow of the College of Law Practice Management, a Fellow of the National Center for Technology and Dispute Resolution at the University of Massachusetts and a member of the Board of The Sports Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada. He is a past Co-Chair of ABA TECHSHOW.

As a prolific presenter around the world on cutting-edge legal technologies, he has raised British Columbia’s profile as a justice system innovator. He is an enthusiastic advocate for the justice sector’s adoption of new technologies, including online dispute resolution and the Provincial Court’s Twitter Town Halls.

Mr. Bilinsky has played an important and unique role in the application of technology in the development of legal practice.

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Dr. Bonnie Aylor

Young Innovators Association
American Bar Association

Dr. Bonnie Aylor joined the American Bar Association after serving as an analytics administrator at a local mid-sized law firm. She is now enrolled in a hybrid remote JD Law degree. Dr. Aylor has also worked as a portfolio manager at a bankruptcy law firm while carrying out paralegal duties. She has worked in permitting on stormwater permits, Title V Air permits, and ESA Phase I with Phase II proposals. She has even evaluated and rewritten policy documents to match regulatory requirements. Finally, Dr. Aylor has provided regulatory compliance services for medical device labeling, and dispute resolution services in the financial and technology fields.

Dr. Aylor also owns a business consulting firm conducted entirely online. She has recently worked towards a notary license with remote notarization capability. Dr. Aylor serves as President of the Young Innovators Association, Vice President of Education for her Toastmasters club, Director of Social Media for the Tampa Bay PMI, Secretary for the local Environmental Caucus, and Precinct Captain for her local party Executive Committee — all remote due to covid19.

Dr. Aylor became familiar with mind mapping during her initial research courses while obtaining her MSEM degree, and has kept abreadst of the AI, mind mapping, and dispute resolution scene since. Dr. Aylor is enthusiastic about sharing her expertise with a broad audience, such as those attending the ABA TECHSHOW 2021 conference.


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