LAW 689D - Legal Practice in the Age of A.I. and Big Data
Instructor: Casandra Laskowski
Mo 9:00 AM - 10:50 AM • August 14 - November 30 • Fall 2022
Section 001 • 2 units • Graded • In-Person
Legal Practice in the Age of A.I. & Big Data is a two-credit experiential course where students engage with and address the ethical implications of artificial intelligence systems and AI-enabled processes in law practice scenarios. For the bulk of the course, students will work with fellow "associates" to develop a technological solution that enhances the firm's pro bono efforts. Additionally, they will evaluate and utilize AI-tools to discern risks and advise on case strategy. Students will gather the skills and knowledge necessary to become critical and ethical users of expert systems and machine learning empowered technologies through these assignments.