Generative AI’s Impact on Law

Register for the webinar Generative AI’s Impact on Law for journalists and lawyers alike to ask the experts about the risks and opportunities of generative artificial intelligence.

When ChatGPT-4 passed the bar exam, it made headlines. But what does it really mean? AI algorithms can review legal contracts and perform basic discovery, improving efficiency for small tasks. But as it makes gains more and more quickly, generative AI raises questions of ethics and job security as well as untapped opportunity.

A March survey found 82% of lawyers thought AI could be applied to the profession, and 51% of them thought it should be applied. However, only 3% of respondents said they were currently using AI in their work.

As we’re confronted by fast-moving advances in the artificial intelligence landscape, the National Press Foundation offers this virtual briefing for journalists and lawyers alike assessing the risks and opportunities of generative AI.

Register for this free webinar for a variety ways to participate:

Submit questions in advance or live for the expert panelists
Tune in live
Watch the replay after the webinar

Speakers will include:

Marie C. Baca, adviser, Coastside News Group & New Mexico Local News Fund
Jamie Buckley, chief product officer, LexisNexis Legal & Professional*
Calum Chase, author, “Surviving AI”
Jennifer Conrad, reporter, Inc
John D. Villasenor, professor and co-director, UCLA Institute for Technology, Law and Policy

*This event is sponsored by RELX, a global provider of analytics tools, including LexisNexis. The National Press Foundation is solely responsible for its content.

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