Join a distinguished panel of international experts to explore the implications of recent and future developments in law & technology for contemporary legal ethics.
- Technological competence: how much are lawyers obliged to adapt to technological change?
- How is artificial intelligence transforming the legal profession and expectations of professional competence?
- Machine learning’s impact on the legal profession and legal ethics: threat or opportunity?
- How can lawyers protect the privacy of client information in light of technological developments?
- How can lawyers use technology to become more efficient, including formulating more sophisticated search queries and, perhaps, learning to code?
- Automated prediction of judicial decisionmaking based on neuro-linguistic programming (NLP): the example of the European Court of Human Rights
- What is the relation between legal ethics, technology, and the rule of law?
For Ontario lawyers, this program contains 1 hr 30 min Professionalism Hour(s).
Paul Gowder, University of Iowa College of Law
Mireille Hildebrandt, Law Science Technology and Society, Vrije Universiteit Brussels & Institute for Computing and Information Sciences, University of Nijmegen
Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland School of Law
Dana Remus, University of North Carolina School of Law & Senior Counsel and Special Assistant to the President in the Office of White House Counsel (until 2016)
Co-sponsored with Centre for Innovation Law and Policy, University of Toronto
Fri, Mar 24, 2017
12:30 PM - 02:00 PM
Room 200, Larkin Building
15 Devonshire Place