The AI Revolution Comes to the Courtroom

New York City Bar Association · The AI Revolution Comes to the Courtroom


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The judiciary is poised for transformation in the AI era. From the courtroom to chambers, judges will likely need to address AI. Are current tools accurate enough for judicial work? How will judges be able to verify appropriate uses of these tools? What new opportunities and new headaches are going to crop up in courtrooms? Harut Minasian of the City Bar Working Group on Judicial Administration and Artificial Intelligence takes on those questions and more with two former federal judges: Hon. Katherine Forrest (S.D.N.Y.) and Hon. Paul Grimm (D. Md.).

Tune in to learn more about: 

  • What are the challenges at the intersection of AI and evidence? 
  • How are professional responsibility rules changing to account for the use of AI in legal practice? 
  • Will AI democratize legal services and access to justice? 
  • What is the future of AI in the courtroom?  

For more programming on the future of legal practice in the Artificial Intelligence Era, register for a May 16 program on Technology Innovations and the City Bar’s June 10 Artificial Intelligence Institute. (These programs are available on-demand thereafter.) Visit nycbar.org/events to find all of the most up-to-date information about our upcoming programs and events.

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