Artificial intelligence is disrupting the historically conservative legal services provider market. Document analytics, ediscovery, and predictive tools for litigation are just some of the innovations that are fundamentally transforming the nature of legal work. While law firms have not always been perceived as the most technologically advanced, some have embraced change to reinvent their value proposition to clients and even change the client deliverable. This panel draws on the expertise of leading-edge law firms, legal service providers and in-house lawyers to explore key issues for the future of the legal profession: How will the use of AI affect the billable hour? What skill set will the market demand from the next generation of law students? Who is responsible when AI goes awry? How should in-house lawyers change their evaluation of their outside lawyers to harness the power of AI? And, finally, the $64,000 question—will lawyers themselves become obsolete?
Senior Vice President of Publications, Data, and Research
Executive Director, Markets Innovation Group
Allen & Overy
Chief Data Scientist and Chair, Information Governance Group
Drinker Biddle & Reath
Vice President, Global Advisory Services
Chief Compliance Officer
|event Friday, May 10, 2019|
|schedule 12:30 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. ET|
|place Marriott Wardman Park // Thurgood Marshall Ballroom // Washington, DC|
|local_atm L&C 2019 Attendees - Complimentary* // FIA Members - $80 // Non-Members - $105 // Government and Non-Profit - $65 // Students - $35**|
*Lunch and Learn admittance is included in the full registration for the Law & Compliance Conference. If not registered for the conference, please register below for access solely to the Lunch and Learn.
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