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Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession

explore the impact of a technology that is here to stay

Are you curious about AI and how the use and application of AI technologies are shaping the legal profession? If so, you won't want to miss this presentation hosted by LegalSifter CEO, Kevin Miller.

In this program, you'll learn about different types of artificial intelligence, how AI is being applied within the legal industry today, and what impact it's likely to have in the coming years. You will also receive some advice on how to begin your own artificial intelligence journey and understand why you will want to begin that journey now.

Want a bit more information first?


Each part contains a video presentation and a Knowledge Check. Once you have gone through all the parts, you'll complete an evaluation. A certificate will then be generated for attorneys wishing to self-report for CLE credit ( this program should be valid for 1 general CLE credit in most jurisdictions). 


Members: $30
Non-members: $45 

continuing legal education

This program is designed to be eligible for 1 CLE hour.
  • It has been approved in Pennsylvania.
  • It has been approved in Tennessee.
  • It has been submitted for review in Texas.
In these jurisdictions, CLE must be reported by the sponsor. We generally try to report at the end of the month, but sometimes it spills to the start of the next month. To receive CLE credit in approved jurisdictions, you will need to:
  • Complete the Knowledge Checks.
  • Fill out the (5 minute long) evaluation.
We report based on certificates earned, so if you do not earn a certificate, we will not know to report your participation.

If you are self-reporting in other jurisdictions:
  • Print out your personalized certificate (tied to the submission of the evaluation).
  • Download the course description and faculty bios document.
  • Self-report your attendance by submitting the appropriate jurisdictional forms along with these documents to your CLE body; please let us know if they require anything additional.
Florida attorneys can self-report.  See info for more jurisdictions below.