Generative AI and ChatGPT in the Law: What Does the Future Hold? (Thomson Reuters Partner Webinar)
Earlier this year, generative AI and popular platforms like ChatGPT burst onto the scene in a big way, offering a new way to generate content and provide users with plain-language answers to their questions. The potential use cases in law are vast, but there remain several unknowns and risks that law firms and academic libraries are still trying to parse. This session explores research from the Thomson Reuters Institute around attitudes towards generative AI in law today and discusses how the technology can and will be used practically in the law firm and academic settings.
Law firm and academic librarians, technology support staff, technology purchasing decision makers, those interested in the future of the profession.
- Attendees will discover how their peers and the legal profession are approaching generative AI and ChatGPT technologies.
- Attendees will learn practical use cases for how these technologies can be applied in today’s libraries.
- Attendees will explore how the profession could be transformed—and not transformed—by the introduction of these technologies.
- Zach Warren, Thomson Reuters Institute
- Saskia Mehlhorn, Norton Rose Fulbright
- Jonathan Franklin, University of Washington School of Law
- Joe Kubes, Thomson Reuters Institute
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Zach Warren, Manager for Enterprise Content for Technology and Innovation, Thomson Reuters Institute
Warren leads technology and innovation content and research for the Thomson Reuters Institute. He has been writing and speaking on tech and innovation for more than a decade, and with Thomson Reuters, charts the future of professional services industries, including legal, tax, risk, and fraud, through writing, podcasts, speaking engagements, and more. Before coming to Thomson Reuters, Warren was the editor-in-chief of ALM’s Legaltech News and featured on Law.com, The American Lawyer, and ALM events such as Legalweek. He has a bachelor’s from Northwestern University’s Medill School of Journalism and an MBA from the University of Minnesota’s Carlson School of Management.
Saskia Mehlhorn, Director, Knowledge and Research Services at Norton Rose Fulbright, US LLP
Prior to joining Norton Rose Fulbright, Mehlhorn worked for the University of Houston O’Quinn Law Library as the foreign and international law librarian supporting the international research areas, specifically NAFTA and international arbitration. She has presented on both the national and local level on topics like artificial intelligence, knowledge management, and international arbitration. Mehlhorn received her law degree from the University of Hamburg, Germany, and practiced law in Hannover, Germany, before accepting a position in the QHSE department of Schlumberger Ltd. She also holds a LLM from the University of Houston and an MLIS from the University of North Texas.
Jonathan Franklin, Digital Innovation Librarian at the Gallagher Law Library at the University of Washington
Franklin has over 25 years of experience in the library and information science field and has held a variety of positions, including reference librarian, assistant librarian for library services, and associate dean for library and information systems. He received his JD from Stanford Law School and his MLIS from the University of Washington. Franklin is passionate about using technology to improve access to information and to support the research and teaching of law students and faculty. He is a frequent speaker and writer on topics related to copyright, art law, cultural property, law library organizational structures, and legal informatics.