Webinar on ‘LawGPT?: Using AI to Modernize Judicial Systems, Legal Practices and the Future of Legal Work’ by British Institute of International and Comparative Law [Free; May 26]: Register Now!

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British Institute of International and Comparative Law is organising a free webinar on ‘LawGPT?: Using AI to Modernize Judicial Systems, Legal Practices and the Future of Legal Work’ and is inviting registrations for the same.

About the BIICL

The British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL) is one of the leading independent research centres for international and comparative law in the world.

Their high-quality research projects, seminars and publications encompass almost all areas of public and private international law, comparative law and European law, and they are at the forefront of discussions on the many contemporary issues of international and comparative law. 

About the Webinar

The British Institute for International and Comparative Law (BIICL) is collaborating with the Center for AI and Data Governance (CAIDG) of the Singapore Management University on a series of webinars on ‘Law and Change’.

Law and Change is a series designed to discuss how global crises are changing law and how law and legal services can assist in the orderly management of global change. This webinar is organised by Prof. Eva Lein, Director of the Centre of Comparative Law of BIICL, and Prof. Mark Findlay, Director of the CAIDG.

Theme

The topic for the webinar – ‘LawGPT?: Using AI to Modernize Judicial Systems, Legal Practices and the Future of Legal Work’

The event will be looking at the present and future of AI, especially machine learning, in the legal sector. The discussion will address state-of-the-art current applications of AI to research, analyse and apply law and regulations.

The discussion will then focus on the futures of judges, lawyers and clients in particular areas of law where AI is changing legal information processing, decision-making and even law-making. Specific research experience and practice applications will feature. Eventually, the discussion will consider the potential impacts of AI laws and regulations on legal professions.

Speakers

Chair: Prof. Mark Findlay, Centre for AI & Data Governance (CAIDG)

Speakers:

  • Prof. Gregory Lewkowicz, University of Brussels
  • Prof. Rebecca Williams, Pembroke College Oxford
  • Prof. Marion Ho-Dac, Artois University
  • Dr Giulia Gentile, LSE Law School

How to Register?

Interested participants can register through the link provided below.

General Details

  • Date: 26 May 2023
  • Day: Friday
  • Time: 2:30 PM (ist)
  • Venue: Online

Click here to register.

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