During a live NJICLE webcast on Wednesday, August 23, Connell Foley partner and Chair of the firm’s #Cybersecurity, Data Privacy, and Incident Response Group, Karen Painter Randall, will participate in a panel explaining the potential dangers that lawyers need to be aware of when using #ChatGPT and other artificial intelligence tools to improve their practices.
Karen’s fellow panelists include moderator Dr. Robert Spangler, Assistant Executive Director, CISO at NJSBA; VP of Cyber Risk and Compliance at Darktrace, John Allen; Harry Halikas, Associate Director of Cybersecurity at New York Public Library; and Sajed Naseem, Chief Information Security Officer at New Jersey Courts.
Lawyers and legal professionals can use ChatGPT, a powerful #AI language model, to aid in legal research, contract drafting, document review, and even to provide general legal advice on common issues. It can improve efficiency, save time and effort and improve access to justice or clients.
Karen and her fellow panelists will explain how and why lawyers must use this evolving AI tool responsibly and ethically, taking into account the potential legal and ethical issues that may arise from its use and ensuring it does not replace the expertise and judgment of human attorneys.
Lawyers who participate in the webcast can earn up to 3.3 CLE credits.
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