6th Richard S. Milstein Lecture - AI in the Law

The role of AI in law practice now and in the future

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  • Publication Date: 11/30/2023
  • Length: 1 hour CLE Credit Note
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    A free, virtual event!

    Although many people do not consider the practice of law as being on the cutting edge of technology, lawyers have relied on artificial intelligence applications for several years now. AI contributes to e-discovery, due diligence review, court sentencing evaluations, and litigation analysis. Lawyers have also begun experimenting with generative AI platforms in numerous tasks, such as producing communications and creating content for marketing.

    What does this technology mean for lawyers now and in the future? How much can attorneys rely on AI in their practices? What does the future of law look like if AI plays a prominent role in it?

    This Milstein Lecture presentation provides an overview of AI in the law and explores existential questions about being a lawyer when AI can perform (with varying success) many lawyerly functions.

    About the Milstein Lecture Series

    The Richard S. Milstein Lecture Series is made possible through the generosity of MCLE’s founding director, Richard S. Milstein, Esq., who values the importance of scholarly dialog on the present and future life of the law in Massachusetts. Prior speakers for the lecture series include Nina Totenberg of National Public Radio; Adam Liptak of The New York Times; Ronald Suskind of Harvard Law School; Neal Katyal of Georgetown University Law Center and Hogan Lovells, Washington, D.C., and Professor Akhil Reed Amar of Yale University.

    You’re invited to this lecture as Mr. Milstein’s guest!

    To help MCLE continue to attract top national thought leaders and sustain this free series, please consider making a tax-deductible contribution to the Richard S. Milstein Lecture Series Fund at

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