Domain: Business of Law
With billions of dollars being invested into the development and commercialization of Artificial Intelligence (AI), it’s only natural that potential uses of AI would find their way into the legal profession. Many law firms have been slow to embrace the use of AI, but corporate legal departments are increasingly using AI-powered technologies to increase the efficiency and consistency of legal work and decrease the cost. This trend can have several implications for law firms. In this session, you’ll hear from legal department experts how legal departments are using AI and technology automation and how this might shake up the business of law.
- Which practice areas are being impacted by AI currently and which could be in the near future
- How legal departments are evolving from historical cost centers to technology-enabled service partners to their internal clients
- How law firms can and should market services as automation is increasingly being used to replace outside counsel
- What this will mean to the business of law moving forward
Mark T. Greene, President , Market Intelligence LLC
Kimberly Bell, Head of Operations – Legal/External Affairs, Nissan Group of North America
Brian Kuhn, Co-Founder and Leader of IBM Watson Legal Solutions Partner, IBM Industry Platform, IBM Corporation
Patrick Fuller, Senior Director of Legal Intelligence, ALM (moderator)
Member Price: $59
Prospective Member Price: $79
This session includes video, audio and synced presentations for an enhanced virtual learning experience.