Hybrid Event |
Gilbert + Tobin
L35, Tower Two
International Towers Sydney
200 Barangaroo Avenue
Barangaroo NSW 2000
Overview (Program Summary)
Artificial Intelligence (particularly Generative AI) has truly now arrived in the legal industry and has the potential to shake up the way we practice. But don’t panic! This session will serve as your trusty guidebook to the AI technologies that will likely change the way we find, review and write legal content. Taking a vendor-agnostic approach, we’ll bypass the hype and explain everything you need to know about:
- How AI actually works
- The current state of AI in the legal industry
- Emerging legal use cases
- Considerations when working with AI
Caryn leads Gilbert + Tobin’s Legal Service Innovation team and G+T Innovate. These teams provide specialised services to support Gilbert + Tobin’s legal services delivery; and innovate to deliver new tools and services benefiting Gilbert + Tobin’s practice and our clients. Caryn is also spearheading Gilbert + Tobin’s AI Taskforce, a team dedicated to assessing emerging AI technologies and products to determine usability and potential for internal development.
Caryn is widely recognised for her expertise and was recently named ‘Most Innovative Changemaker - Asia-Pacific’ in the Financial Times Most Innovative Lawyers Awards 2022 and ‘Innovator of the Year’ at the Australian Law Awards 2022. Caryn is also the Co-Chair of the Advisory Board to the Centre for Legal Innovation and a director for various not-for-profit organisations. She has a passion for expanding the focus and content of legal education to enable lawyers to succeed and thrive in the ever-changing legal environment.
Mitchell Scott is a solicitor and published Machine Learning scientist, with a passion for creating cutting-edge AI tools for lawyers. He has developed several applications at Gilbert + Tobin that have saved lawyers hundreds of hours, and delivered complex data-driven projects for clients. He also co-created the "Robotic Expertise Drafter" tool that helps identify gendered language in legal drafting, which was nominated for a Financial Times Innovative Lawyers award. Since graduating from a Law and Computer Science double degree, Mitchell has gained valuable experience helping lawyers at Australia's top law firms and public companies.
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