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Artificial Intelligence, Technology and the Future of Law

Artificial Intelligence, Technology and the Future of Law
78 Queen's Park, Faculty of Law, J250, Moot Court Room
Time: Mar 25th, 9:00 am End: Mar 25th, 5:30 pm
Interest Categories: Science/Technology, Political Science, Law, Faculty of , Information, Faculty of, History & Philosophy of Science & Technology (FAS), Communication, Culture, Information and Technology (UTM), 2000-
Conference keynote by Dana Remus

The Faculty of Law presents

Artificial Intelligence, Technology and the Future of Law

Legal scholars, lawyers, and technologists alike have begun to forecast fundamental changes to law and the legal profession, arising from the use of new and emerging technologies, and the inexorable pressure to economize on legal costs. This conference seeks to explore some of the assertions and predictions in this growing body of literature, whether of dire consequences for the legal profession, or of hopeful new paths to equality and access. It will focus on four key questions that capture the broad and far-ranging impact that technology may have on the study and practice of law: How Will Artificial Intelligence Alter the Practice of Law? Will Technology Democratize Access to Legal Services? How Will Technology Change Legal Education? Will Technology Challenge the Conceptual Foundation of the Law? Our keynote speaker will be Professor Dana Remus, UNC School of Law. Panelists will include Prof. Frank Pasquale, University of Maryland School of Law, Prof. Mireille Hildebrandt, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and Prof. Daniel Rodriguez, Dean, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law.

Download the draft agenda: Law&Tech2017

Register for the conference: https://lawtech2017.eventbrite.ca

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