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AI for Legal: What does it do? What does it mean for you?

  • 13 Jul 2018
  • 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM
  • Sullivan & Cromwell LLP, 125 Broad Street, New York, New York 10004-2498

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  • Members associated with a law firm in the greater New York metropolitan area, which includes the tri-state area of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York
  • Members associated with a vendor or independent consultants that provide technology services to law firms in the greater New York metropolitan area which includes the tri-state area of New Jersey, Connecticut and New York
  • Non-members may attend one meeting per year and are charged a fee of $15.00

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Two professionals in the legal space will spark a discussion among our members about Artificial Intelligence (AI). They will lead discussions around two topics:

  • What does it do? Take for example your firm’s DMS; think Knowledge Management (KM.) Your DMS contains the experience and knowledge of all the attorneys at your firm so that it can be shared for the benefit of the entire organization. As trainers we know that AI will revolutionize document management and even document production, but how? How does AI work and will attorneys need training to make it work? Craig Vaughn, Education Services Manager at Kira Systems, will get us talking about AI -- What does it do?
  • What does it mean for you? Then expanding on the KM example, Christian Lang of the popular podcast, Blacklines & Billables and organizer of the NY Legal Tech Meetup, will lead our discussion of how AI will affect the way you teach Associates. For example, AI can analyze billable hours to determine costs for specific legal services. In a world of Alternate Fee Arrangements (AFA) if your firm takes longer than most firms to complete relatively routine deals, e.g. Private Placements; then profit margins get thin and you may find yourself out of a job. Imagine an AI engine feeding you precise data on what apps Associates use and how they use them to complete a Private Placement, something they do routinely. Wouldn’t you be able to design a spot-on curriculum to maximize efficiency and minimize waste? And along the way you could learn just enough about what lawyers actually do, to give your curriculum the context it needs to stick. Christian will get us thinking outside the box about how AI can help trainers do their jobs, as much as how AI can help lawyers do theirs.

Join us for what promises to be a lively discussion around AI for Legal.

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