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The Center for International Legal Studies

- "CILS" or "the Center" - is a non-profit research, training, and teaching institute for international and comparative law and practice, registered and operating as a public interest society under Austrian law. Its international headquarters have been in Salzburg, Austria since 1976. Its essential purpose is to promote and disseminate knowledge and know-how among members of the international legal community.

Artificial Intelligence - Think Tank

Tuesday, 26 January - Tuesday, 26 January 2021

Join us Via Zoom

Schedule

Join us for two one-hour sessions on Artificial Intelligence and networking opportunity with old and new friends whom you may not have seen in a while due to the global pandemic.

Chaired by

Silvia L. Coulter

Patrcia McGovern

Schedule

Session 1 (16-17 CET/10-11 EST)
The Business Side of AI

Speakers

• Jared Jaskot, Legal AI and Chatbot Maker, Start Up Founder, Immigration Attorney

• Ilda de Sousa, Kingsley Napley LLP, London, England: Implications of AI in Immigration

• Brian Kuhn, Vice President Technology & Digital Consulting of Elevate

Session 2 (16-17 CET/10-11 EST)
(IP) Law Practice and AI

Speakers

• Ryan Phelan, Partner, Marshall Gerstein, Chicago IL: Patenting Artificial Intelligence Inventions in the US

• Ulrike Till, Director of AI Policy at WIPO, Geneva, Switzerland: Why AI Raises IP Policy Questions

• Matt Hervey, Gowling WLG's UK Head of Artificial Intelligence: IP Strategy for AI

Themes

Artificial Intelligence continues to challenge law firms to find ways of developing and applying applications that will help reduce the cost of time-consuming and labor-consuming tasks for delivering legal services and improve efficiencies for the business of law. While still a mystery to many, AI is quickly finding its way into applications in law firms including:
o Legal research; e-discovery; contract review; document drafting;
o Forecasting—often referred to as predictive technology, based on precedent and review of past results to assess potential outcomes;
o Data and legal analytics—now widely relied on for managing the business side of law firms as well as the legal work;
o Timekeeping, billing, and collections;
o Intellectual property.

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Center for International Legal Studies

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5020 Salzburg
Austria

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