Integrating AI into daily legal practice

In this special episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, produced in partnership with College of Law, we unpack how practitioners can and should view generative artificial intelligence at this juncture, what to look out for in the new year, and what will constitute best practice moving forward.

Sponsored by College of Law 07 December 2023 Podcast
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Host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Centre for Legal Innovation (CLI) executive director Terri Mottershead and Gilbert + Tobin chief knowledge and innovation officer and partner Caryn Sandler to discuss the key takeaways from the recent Legal Generative AI Summit (hosted by the CLI), the headline lessons about the use of gen AI from the past 12 months and what those lessons say about the current state of affairs. This includes why practitioners feel so overwhelmed by the pace and breadth of the change.

In tackling this immense change underway, Terri and Caryn suggest some key questions lawyers can ask themselves (and their firms) to help determine the uptake and utilisation of AI.

Topics covered include:

  • How legal education is evolving in this space and what professional development will look like.
  • The responsibility of legal employers with regards to staff development and the support of junior lawyers.
  • Reaffirming the value that lawyers place on themselves and their services.
  • A rethink of client relationships and their needs.
  • Best practice in 2024 and coming gen AI products and services.

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