The Legal Writing Institute and The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute are hosting a virtual symposium on Artificial Intelligence and the Legal Profession on Friday, September 24 (3-6 pm), and Saturday, September 25 (11-6 pm), 2021, and hosted by Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law.
The symposium will feature speakers who will address how rapidly developing technologies are affecting legal research and writing processes, the practice of law generally, the ethics of practice, legal education, and access to justice. The program is accessible here.
Registration for this symposium will open in August. The program will also be posted then. Please direct any questions to the Symposium Committee.
Zoom links will be sent to all registrants closer to the date of the event.
Michelle Falkoff, Clinical Professor of Law, Director, Communication and Legal Reasoning Program, Northwestern
Elizabeth Frost, Senior Legal Research and Writing Professsor, University of Oregon School of Law
Lindsey Gustafson, Former Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute; Arkansas Bar Foundation Professor of Law, Arkansas, Little Rock
Elizabeth Inglehart, Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute; Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Northwestern
Tiffany Jeffers, Associate Professor of Law, Legal Practice, Georgetown
Sarah Morath, Managing Editor, The Journal of the Legal Writing Institute, Associate Professor of Legal Writing, Wake Forest
Kristen Murray, Board Member, Legal Writing Institute; Professor of Law, Temple
Dyane O’Leary, Associate Professor of Legal Writing; Director, Legal Innovation & Technology Concentration, Suffolk
Kristen Tiscione, Immediate Past President, Legal Writing Institute; Professor of Law, Legal Practice, Georgetown
Desmund Wu, Legal Writing Lecturer, Wisconsin
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