A briefing on the underlying technology, pursuant regulatory issues and realistic implementation pathways of Blockchain. The panel was moderated by Robert Brownstone, of Fenwick & West LLP, and featured Ryan Straus, of Fenwick & West; Theodore J. Mlynar, of Hogan Lovells, LLP; Nancy Liao, of Yale Law School Center for the Study of Corporate Law; and Pallab Cakraborty, a cybersecurity and privacy counsel and AI and legal technology thought leader.
Kaylee Walsted of ACEDS, in partnership with Relativity, recorded a live stream of Wednesday’s Legalweek panel, “AI to eDiscovery: Innovation in Legal Education.” The panel was moderated by David Horrigan of Relativty, and featured Honorable Xavier Rodriguez, US District Judge and Adjunct Professor of Law at St. Mary’s University School of Law; Mary Mack, of ACEDS; Daniel Martin, Associate Professor of Law at Chicago-Kent College of Law and Director of The Law Lab; William Hamilton, Professor and E-Discovery Project Executive Director at University of Florida Levin College of Law; and Laura Norris, Assistant Professor at Santa Clara University School of Law and Director of the Entrepreneurs’ Law Clinic.
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Panel discussion questioning if truth no longer matters, and people are not able to sort things out. Who then, do we turn to and how do ensure that truth still wins the day?
An examination of legal and regulatory changes in store for 2018, and best practices for compliance in the cloud.
Discussion on how to keep up with requirements for legal & technical education—while making some predictions about how training will be done in the future.
This morning’s Legalweek keynote featured a panel discussion about the state of fake news, and included Tori Ekstrand, a professor at UNC’s School of Media and Journalism; Charles J. Glasser, Jr. Esq., a professor at NYU’s Journalism School and former Media Counsel for Bloomberg L.P.; Stuart Karle, a professor at Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism and General Counsel for North Base Media; Aaron Sharockman, the Executive Director of PolitiFact; and Thomas J. Cafferty, the Director of Business and Commercial Litigation for Gibbons. The panel was moderated by Peter Canellos, the Editor-at-Large at Politico.
The Legaltech Judges Panel examine critical issues in ESI. Featuring Judge Joy Flowers Conti, Judge William Matthewman, Judge Andrew Peck, and Judge Xavier Rodriguez.
ILTA panelists discuss change in their firms, what they are focused on, and what they see as the next “big thing” in legal innovation.
Jeh Johnson draws on insights from his roles to discuss how the legal profession must rise to the occasion & support the way forward in a time of great transformation and deep division.