Karen Painter Randall Discusses Ethics and Artificial Intelligence at Law Symposium

University of South Carolina School of Law
02.09.2018 | 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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Karen Painter Randall, Chair of Connell Foley's Cybersecurity and Data Privacy Group, presents at the South Carolina Law Review Symposium, “Artificial Intelligence and the Practice of Law: Surviving the A.I. Surge,” on Friday, February 9, 2018. The Symposium will focus on the legal, ethical and practical implications of the increasing use of artificial intelligence on the practice of law.

Karen will participate on a panel titled “Ethical Issues of Artificial Intelligence in the Practice of Law.” Joining her in the discussion are Jeff Ward, Director of Duke Center of Law and Technology, Duke University; Sherman Clark, The Kirkland Ellis Professor of Law, Michigan Law; and Sterling Miller, Partner, Hilgers Graben PLLC. The panel is moderated by Elizabeth Chambliss, Professor, University of South Carolina Law School.

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