Law + Innovation
The Law + Innovation program looks at how rapidly developing innovations across industries are creating novel legal issues for clients and their counsel. Navigant Consulting and the American Bar Association Section of Litigation have brought together industry-leading resources in the legal, disputes, litigation, and artificial intelligence communities in order to provide an interesting and timely program centered around Artificial Intelligence.
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Date: Monday, December 11, 2017
Time: (all times are CST)
3pm: Registration and welcome
3:30pm: Artificial Intelligence: what is it, and what businesses are using it?
3:50pm: Panel discussion: Impact of Artificial Intelligence on the legal profession
5pm: Cocktail Reception
Where: Winston & Strawn LLP, 35 W. Wacker Dr., Chicago, IL 60601
Gary Marchant: Regents Professor of Law, Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law; Faculty Director and Faculty Fellow, Center for Law, Science & Innovation; and Lincoln Professor of Emerging Technologies, Law and Ethics; Arizona State University.
Koji Fukumura: Partner and Chair of the Securities Litigation Practice, Cooley LLP; Chair, ABA Section of Litigation.
Amanda Amert: Partner, Complex Litigation, member of Management Committee, and head of ERISA Litigation practice, Jenner & Block LLP.
Scott Carr: Ph.D., Director, Economics Practice, Navigant.
Stephen D'Amore: Global Co-Chair, Litigation, Winston & Strawn LLP.Rizwan Khan: Vice President, iManage, a developer and provider of AI for key industries, including the legal profession.
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