Professor Chris Chambers Goodman Presents "Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice" -- AALS 2024 Annual Meeting
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented "Artificial Intelligence in Legal Practice" at the 2024 Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Annual Meeting. Professor Goodman's presentation was part of the AALS Litigation Section Artificial Intelligence panel with Karl Branting, Judge Kevin Castel, and Jessica Gunder, which was moderated by Elizabeth Tippett. The annual meeting, titled "Defending Democracy," was held in Washington, DC on January 3-6.
From the 2024 AALS Annual Meeting program:
Recent advances in artificial intelligence (AI) are increasingly relevant to the legal profession. This program will examine the role of artificial intelligence in current and future legal practice, in drafting briefs, propounding and responding to discovery, settlement negotiations, and trial preparation. Can – and should – law schools teach students to use AI more effectively? Can AI serve as a useful resource for pro se litigants or otherwise help expand access to justice? Are lawyers well-equipped to explain how AI works to judges and juries? The program will also explore the ethical implications of using AI in legal practice
Additional information may be found at AALS 2024 Annual Meeting