With the arrival of artificial intelligence in legal comes the expectation that AI cures all ills and that AI is the silver bullet for inefficiency and underperformance. Our legal reality is however a bit more tempered.
This roundtable discussion session will dive into evaluating AI tools and how to work with AI companies on setting proper expectations when it comes to value, features/functions and AI-related outcomes. Also, oftentimes, efficiency is not what law firms are always looking for so how can we work with AI companies.
Shefali Lakhani - Knowledge Management Lawyer, Proskauer
Brendan Miller - Director of Practice Systems & Innovation Barnes & Thornburg
Bill Koch - CKO, Womble Bond Dickinson (US) LLP
Sarah Happy - Senior Manager, HBR Consulting