AI and Legal Practice

Wednesday 27 March 2024

Location: Room TBC, Sir Ian Wood Building, Robert Gordon University

Sir Ian Wood Building at Robert Gordon University

This conference brings together academics and practitioners to explore the opportunities and challenges of AI in legal practice. The conference will feature presentations by leading experts in the field, including academic researchers and practitioners who have experience working with AI in legal practice.

The use of artificial intelligence (AI) in legal practice has been a topic of growing interest in recent years. Generative AI has the potential to revolutionize the legal profession, from automating routine tasks to providing insights into complex legal issues. However, the adoption of AI in legal practice also raises important ethical, legal, and social issues that need to be addressed.

This conference aims to bring together academics and practitioners to explore the opportunities and challenges of AI in legal practice. It will feature presentations by leading experts in the field, including academic researchers and practitioners who have experience working with AI in legal practice.

We will cover a range of topics related to AI in legal practice, including:

  • The latest developments in AI and legal practice
  • The benefits and challenges of AI adoption in the legal profession
  • The ethical, legal, and social implications of AI in legal practice
  • The future of AI in legal practice

The event will provide a forum for participants to share their experiences and insights, and to engage in discussions about the opportunities and challenges of AI in legal practice. We hope that this conference will contribute to a better understanding of the potential of AI in legal practice, and to the development of best practices for its adoption.

We look forward to welcoming you and to engaging in a lively and productive discussion about the opportunities and challenges of AI in legal practice.

Registration

Note, this conference is free to attend. However, there will be an optional networking lunch with a small charge, cost TBC.

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