Ignite: Legal Tech Innovation 2021 (Day 2)
Thursday, July 15th, 2021 8:45 AM - 4:35 PM
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Currently, there is a bombardment of new technologies emerging in the legal industry. According to a recent Wolters Kluwer survey, $1 billion in tech investments was spent in 2018. Added to the influx in technology is the recent addition of Comment 8 to Model Rule 1.1, stating that overall competence now encompasses knowledge about "the benefits and risks associated with relevant technology." How to make the best use of the transformative newer tools such as artificial intelligence and blockchain, in addition to electronic discovery, and keeping all clients' data secure, is becoming essential. As clients start to embrace these technologies, attorneys have to be aware of them, to have participated in them and be prepared to deliver services in the new transformational environment.
The Ignite: Legal Tech Innovation 2021 symposia will delve into the emerging issues confronting law facing the adoption of new technologies. Expert panelists and distinguished keynote will cover such issues as the future of artificial intelligence and blockchain technology changing the legal industry. Our guests and presenters from academia and legal practice will review these topics from their knowledge and experience to engage the audience in a much-needed dialogue on the issues.
This event is being co-sponsored by the Judge Ben C. Green Law Library of Case Western Reserve University and the Mid-America Law Library Consortium.
|9 a.m.||Panel - Key Issues in EDiscovery
Moderator: Joseph Custer, Associate Professor of Law, Director of Judge Ben C. Green Law Library, Case Western Reserve University School of Law
|10:45 a.m.||Panel – Cybersecurity: Navigating the Grey
Moderator: Robert Eckman, Chief Information Security Officer, Kent State University
Katherine Lowry, Director of Practice Services, Baker Hostetler, Cincinnati, Ohio
|1:15 p.m.||Panel – Blockchain Technology Changing the Legal Industry
Moderator: Brian E. Ray, Alan Miles Ruben and Judge Betty Willis Ruben Professor of Law, and Director, Center for Cybersecurity and Privacy Protection, Cleveland Marshall School of Law
|3 p.m.||Panel – The Future of Artificial Intelligence and what it Means for the Legal Industry
Moderator: Katherine Lowry, Director of Practice Services, Baker Hostetler, Cincinnati, Ohio
|4:30 p.m.||Closing remarks|
|4:35 p.m.||End of conference|