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AI in Law: Exploring 30+ Game-Changing Use Cases in 60 Minutes

Join us for this fast-paced webinar where we explore the transformative power of generative AI in the legal profession. In just one hour, you’ll learn 30+ practical use cases that demonstrate how AI can revolutionize various aspects of legal work, from research and document management to client interactions and administrative tasks.

What You'll Learn:

  • How generative AI can streamline legal research and analysis
  • Innovative ways to manage and process legal documents
  • Enhancing client communications and interactions with AI
  • Improving administrative and operational efficiencies
  • Ensuring compliance and risk management with AI tools

Who Should Attend:

  • Lawyers and legal professionals
  • Law firm administrators
  • Legal tech enthusiasts
  • Anyone interested in the intersection of AI and law

  • Introduction and Overview
    • A brief introduction of the speaker and the webinar's objectives as well as a quick overview of the impact of generative AI on the legal field

  • Research and Analysis
    • Explore use cases for lawyers seeking to use AI which can perform in-depth legal and factual research and generate insights that can be applied in your practice

  • Document Management and Automation
    • Discover AI-driven techniques for automating document creation, review, and management to enhance efficiency and accuracy

  • Client Communications and Interactions
    • Learn how AI can personalize and streamline communications with clients, improving responsiveness and client satisfaction

  • Administrative and Operational Efficiency
    • Understand how AI tools can optimize administrative tasks, from scheduling and billing to time management and beyond

  • Compliance and Risk Management
    • Get tips on complying with ethics and court rules relating to AI, staying on the good side of your malpractice carrier, and implementing an AI use policy in your practice

  • Future Trends and Q&A
    • A forward-looking discussion on emerging trends in AI and their potential impact on the legal industry, followed by an interactive Q&A session
Topics covered include: Legal Tech
Duration of this webinar: 60 minutes
When: Premieres in 29 days | July 17, 2024 11:00 AM PT
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Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Credits

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California CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 Technology in the Practice of Law

South Carolina CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 General

Difficulty: All Levels

Texas CLE

Status: Approved

Credits: 1.0 General

This presentation is approved for one hour of Technology in the Practice of Law CLE credit in California and one hour of General CLE credit in South Carolina (all levels). This course has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of Texas Committee on MCLE in the amount of 1.0 credit hours.

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Greg Siskind
Greg Siskind Founding Partner

Greg Siskind is a founding partner of Siskind Susser and has been practicing immigration law since 1990. He is also a co-founder of AI software company Visalaw Ventures. He received his bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University and his law degree from the University of Chicago. Greg is the author of several books including the annually published J-1 Visa Guidebook, the American Bar Association’s Lawyers Guide to Marketing on the Internet, the I-9 and E-Verify Handbook, the Physician’s Immigration Handbook and Immigration for Startups: A Guide for Founders and the 4000-page American Immigration Lawyers Association Practice and Procedure Manual. He’s helped in drafting a number of immigration-related pieces of legislation and has testified as an expert in front of the US House of Representatives Immigration Subcommittee. Read More ›

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