Attorney John Weaver will present on a virtual MCLE event for The Richard S. Milstein Lecture Series called, “AI in the Law; The role of AI in law practice now and in the future,” on Thursday, November 30 from 4-5pm. This series is made possible through the generosity of MCLE’s founding director, Richard S. Milstein, Esq., who values the importance of scholarly dialog on the present and future life of the law in Massachusetts.
John will be discussing several topics including:
- What Is Artificial Intelligence?
- How Are Lawyers Using AI?
- AI Under the Rules of Professional Conduct
- Generative AI in the Practice of Law
- The Future of AI and the Law
- Practical Concerns and Planning for the Future
- Access to Justice
- Does AI Represent an Existential Crisis for Lawyers?
John is a director and chair of McLane Middleton’s Artificial Intelligence Practice Group. His practice includes conducting risk assessments of AI systems, advising clients concerning AI policies and best practices, and counseling clients regarding emerging legal and practical issues in AI. John also serves on the steering committee for the American Bar Association’s Artificial Intelligence & Robotics National Institute. He is the author of Robots Are People Too: How Siri, Google Car, and Artificial Intelligence Will Force Us to Change Our Laws, a contributing writer at Slate focusing on legal issues implicated by AI and autonomous devices, and a columnist for and member of the board of editors of The Journal of Robotics, Artificial Intelligence & Law. His current project at The Journal is an examination of the essential principles of Constitutional rights and how they apply to AI. He can be reached in the firm’s Woburn office at (781) 904-2685 or email@example.com.
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