From document review to predictive analysis of likely outcomes in litigated cases, artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming a substantial force in the legal industry, with new uses and applications being imagined and developed at a rapid pace. The rules of legal ethics will be applied in hindsight to problematical uses of AI by lawyers. This webinar identifies and discusses the potential ethical issues presented by lawyers’ use, or even non-use , of AI in their legal practice, with a focus on how specific rules in the ABA Model Rules of Professional Conduct might be brought to bear.
What you will learn:
The Need to Recognize the Possible Implicit Biases in Data Provided to an AI System for Analysis
A Lawyers’ Duty to Supervise AI as a Form of Non-Lawyer Assistance
How AI Threatens a Lawyer’s Fulfillment of the Duty to Exercise Independent Professional Judgment
The Unique Issues Posed by AI-Powered Legal Chatbots and Online Document Preparation Services