Connell Foley partner, Karen Painter Randall is among a select group of prominent lawyers who have been named special advisors to the New Jersey State Bar Association's (NJSBA) new Task Force on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the Law.
The task force, led by NJSBA President Timothy F. McGoughran, will work with the Supreme Court Committee on AI and the Courts to examine the complex and challenging legal and ethical questions raised by Generative AI and issue guidance to New Jersey attorneys contemplating the use of this new and evolving technology.
Karen brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the task force, having provided guidance on risk management, policymaking, and governance issues related to the cross section of cybersecurity and AI and machine learning tools, particularly with the emergence of Generative AI like Chatbot 4 and Deep fakes. Karen represents clients from a broad range of vertical industries on issues that intersect with cyber-related risk and resiliency, including corporate governance, regulatory compliance and litigation. Karen has received significant recognition for her work, having been appointed three times by American Bar Association Presidents to the Cybersecurity Legal Task Force and named the Private Sector Liaison for the Task Force.