Legal Intelligence through
- When: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Friday, April 5, 2019
- Where: Knowles Conference Center, Georgia State University College of Law, 85 Park Place NE, Atlanta
Legal analytics and AI are becoming mainstream. Academics and practitioners are adopting the technology and applying it in real world situations to solve legal questions. The shift from hype to application has brought to light the challenges legal technology still has to overcome, and questions about how best to move forward. The 2019 Georgia State University Law Review Symposium will highlight the outcomes and lessons learned from initiatives already underway and facilitate a discussion about what to expect as legal AI, predictive analytics professionals, and GSU’s Legal Analytics Lab and faculty push these innovations forward.
Our goal is to bring together the legal and legal tech communities to discuss the state of legal artificial intelligence and predictive analytics in 2019, forthcoming technological advances, related ethical issues, and ultimately, illuminate the future in this field.
Through this symposium, Georgia State University Law Review hopes to foster meaningful debate on these important topics and inspire collaboration that improves the outcomes and expectations for legal tech.
Join GSU Law Review from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, April 5, 2019 for the symposium featuring scholars, national experts, practicing attorneys and thought leaders for a discussion about the future of the legal profession.
Warren Agin, Adjunct Professor, Boston College of Law & Director of Professional Development, LexPredict
Kevin Ashley, Professor of Law, Pitt Law
Alyson Carrel, Assistant Dean of Law and Technology, Northwestern Pritzker School of Law
Michelle Hook Dewey, Legal Research Services Manager, Baker & Hostetler LLP
Tabrez Ebrahim, Assistant Professor of Law, California Western School of Law
Amanda Farahany, Managing Partner, Barrett & Farahany, LLP
Patrick Flanagan, Research Analyst, Baker & Hostetler LLP
Alison Grounds, Managing Director, Troutman Sanders eMerge
Shawnna Hoffman, Global Cognitive Legal Co-Leader, Watson AI & Quantum Computing, IBM
Harry Surden, Associate Professor of Law, Colorado Law
Joe Tiano, Founder and CEO, Legal Decoder
Ed Walters, Adjunct Professor of Law, Georgetown Law & CEO, Fastcase