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Unsettled in the Courts: The Legal Ramifications of AI in Practice

AI and substantive Law

AI features front and center in courtrooms and firms around the globe, playing the starring role in many substantive legal issues and cases whose outcomes will have significant impact on how law is practiced and how justice is administered. The limitations of AI such as bias, hallucinations and lack of transparency are often elevated as paramount concerns. But not to worry! Humans still have a role to play, especially in light of some of the ethical issues like antitrust collusion, defamation and liability coming to the forefront as a result of active litigation and legislative efforts.

This course includes an overview of the issues, the cases and why they're important. Hear perspectives on what the future might look like for practitioners and the ethical implications now and moving forward.

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Pricing for this course:
  • AIC Members: $30
  • AIC Alumni: $30 (contact us for a code!)
  • Non-members: $45

Content Leaders

Dean Lonnie T. Brown, Jr.
Dean and Elvin E. Overton Distinguished Professor of Law
College of Law
University of Tennessee Knoxville

Prof. Gary E. Marchant, Ph.D., J.D.
Faculty Director, Center for Science, Law & Innovation
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
Arizona State University

CLE Eligibility

CLE credit will be sought for registrants only. You could earn 1 CLE professionalism/ethics credit hour depending on your jurisdiction. If you are unsure if this program will be approved in your state or have any questions, please contact us before taking the time to register for this program.