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Artificial Intelligence: Ethics Issues
This program explores the ethics implications of relying on artificial intelligence to provide or assist in providing legal advice.
Course Category: On-Demand Webinars
Course Level: Basic
CLE Credit: Legal Ethics
CLE Hours: 1.0
Fees: $45 for Members and $65 for Non-members
Course Materials: Webinar recording and a PDF of the PowerPoint slides.
Description: This program explores the ethics implications of relying on artificial intelligence to provide or assist in providing legal advice. First, the program will cover general issues, including: unauthorized practice of law and multijurisdictional rules’ application; lawyers’ duty of competence; the conflicts of interest, fee/expense, privilege and work product implications of lawyers working with third party AI providers or consultants; lawyers’ ability to limit their liability; discoverability and ownership of AI material. Second, the program will address AI issues transactional lawyer may face, including: ethics rules governing lawyers’ reaction to transactional adversaries’ AI – induced substantive mistakes or typographical errors; ownership of AI material after corporate transactions. Third, the program will cover AI issues litigators may face, including: bars’ and courts’ handling of ghostwritten pleadings; AI use in discovery, jury selection and judge assessment; lawyers’ duty to disclose AI -compiled bad facts and bad law.
Course Year: 2018
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