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The Use of Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law - 3 CLE / .5 E - Friday, Aug. 4




3 CLE / .5 E - Friday, August 4; 9:00 A.M. - 12:15 P.M.

LIVE WEBCAST ONLY! - From your home or office




OVERVIEW:

You’ve seen, heard, and read the buzz around artificial intelligence. If you’re wondering how this applies to your practice (both in maintaining an office and in case management), Sam Hodge, Jr. has consolidated multiple sources into a comprehensive presentation that will be useful in your understanding and application of AI to your practice.


Joining Sam will be Magistrate Judge Drew Bloch from Hamilton Superior Court and Seth R. Wilson, from Adler Attorneys in Noblesville.


Be aware... of the efficiencies and time-saving abilities that AI-based services afford. Sam will use a “hands-on approach” that will demonstrate 12 services that provide:

Text writing

Case law research in a natural language format

Contact drafting, negotiating, and review

Document creation, such as the writing of a brief or complaint

Predictive outcomes based on facts, venue, opponent, and judge!

Grammar, text generation, and sentence editing

Sentence-based parallel investigations

Document translation that can identify common clauses, provisions, and data points

Risk assessment tools for sentencing and bail decisions


Be afraid... of hallucinations, deep fakes, outright fraud, and multiple unintended consequences.

Sam further investigates the limitations of the technology, security concerns, and liability issues that are still being “worked out.”


Finally, as with any new avenue of exploration, novel ethical issues and questions of law arise. Several have been identified, and some have even been addressed! Ethical and legal hurdles: Competence, confidentiality, copyright issues, tort & contract liability

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TOPICS:

Introduction

Definitions

-artificial intelligence, machine learning, algorithm, chatbot

History of Artificial Intelligence in the legal profession


Generative AI (ChatGPT)

OpenAI

What is ChatGPT and GPT-4 and how do they work?

Text Generation and its uses

Limitations and Hallucinations

Demonstration of how to set up an account.

Plugins


Uses in the Legal Profession

Litigation

Current lack of use

Skepticism about system’s accuracy and security

Changes in the business model of law firms

Sample law plugins and how they work


Specific Applications in the Legal Profession

Predictive Coding

Legal Research

Contract drafting and analysis

Court Use


Do These Systems Have a Built-In Bias?

Bias decision making

Concerns about AI and society


Disadvantages and Risks of Artificial Intelligence

Disclosure of confidential information

Misuse of data

Inaccurate results

External risks

Loss of jobs


Ethical Issues

Code of Professional Responsibility Application to AI

- competence, communication, confidentiality, and supervision

Is AI advice the unauthorized practice of law?


Legal Issues- Liability, Copyright Violations and Confidentiality

Copyright

- Who owns the output?

- Is it a derivative work?

- Fair Use

- User Agreement

Confidentiality

- How to stop ChatGPT from saving chats

- Data breaches

- Regulations on technology

Liability

- Who is responsible for a mistake?

- Tort liability

- Contract liability

Vendor indemnification clauses

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FACULTY:

Samuel D. Hodge, Jr.

Litigator & Professor of Legal Studies, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA


Hon. Andrew R. Bloch

Magistrate, Hamilton County Superior Court, Noblesville, IN


Seth R. Wilson

Adler Attorneys, Noblesville, IN

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3 CLE / .5 E - Friday, August 4; 9:00 A.M. - 12:15 P.M.

LIVE WEBCAST ONLY! - From your home or office



ICLEF • Indiana Continuing Legal Education Forum, Indianapolis, IN • Premier Indiana CLE



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