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Best Practices in Pro Bono: Using AI to Further Access to Justice – Where Do We Start?

  • When: 17 July 2024, 12:00 pm to 1:30 pm
  • Where: Virtual
  • Cost: Free to attend

In our last Best Practices in Pro Bono session, we defined artificial intelligence (AI) and explored how AI has been, is being, and can be used in legal services generally, and to facilitate access to justice and pro bono in particular.

That session raised many questions, the most pressing of which is how. How can we use AI to further access to justice and what are the considerations for its responsible use? How do we ensure equity and quality service delivery to clients?

Join our expert panel as we confront the reality of AI, discuss how legal institutions can and should educate themselves on this ever-changing field, and explore the conversations we should be having about implementing AI. Bring your questions and experiences. We’ll save time for attendee engagement during the session.

Our panelists include:

  • Tiana Russell, Pro Bono Counsel, Crowell & Moring
  • Michael Lukens, Executive Director, CAIR Coalition¬†
  • Jim Sandman, Vice-Chair of the ABA Task Force on Law and Artificial Intelligence, Law Professor, President Emeritus of the Legal Services Corporation, Past President of the D.C. Bar (and so, so much more!)

The conversation will be moderated by Jen Masi, Pro Bono Director, Children’s Law Center

We want to respond to what’s on your mind. Please share your questions/issues in advance of our discussion. Either add them to your registration or email Christina Jackson at cjackson@wclawyers.org.¬†

We welcome pro bono coordinators from law firms, corporations, legal services providers, nonprofits, and government agencies from DC and across the country.

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