What many lawyers think about AI and why they're wrong


Duration:60 minutes


An in-depth look at some of the most common myths that surround artificial intelligence, debunking them to better understand the role of AI in case law research. Whether you’re looking to quickly find language critical to a court’s reasoning or identify most cited cases, relationships among key cases and changes over time, this webinar will focus on AI tools designed to increase your efficiency and effectiveness as a litigator.

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Kathryn Rubino

Editor, Above The Law

Kathryn Rubino joined the editorial staff at Above the Law in 2015. She received her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism and Mass Communications from New York University and her Juris Doctor from Columbia Law School. Beginning in 2003, Kathryn began her work as a litigator working at both Cahill Gordon & Reindel and Wilson Sonsini Goodrick & Rosati with a focus on class action and antitrust litigation. In 2010, she transitioned to ediscovery vendor DiscoverReady working in their discovery practice. In 2013 Kathryn started writing a column for Above the Law pseudonymously about her experiences in the legal industry and has authored guest columns at Corporette.

Darby Green

Commercial Director for Litigation & Bankruptcy, Bloomberg Law

Darby Green is the Commercial Director for Litigation and Bankruptcy at Bloomberg Law. In this role, she is responsible for product development and go-to-market strategies focused on the business intelligence and legal research needs of litigators. Darby is the Chair of the Bloomberg Law Litigation Innovation Board, a group of twenty top litigators who provide input and consultation on product offerings. She also spearheaded the creation and launch of Bloomberg Law Litigation Analytics, a tool that enables users to search millions of legal data points by company, law firm, or judge; and Points of Law, a solution that applies machine learning to court opinions in order to highlight language critical to a court’s holding and link this language to governing statements of law and relevant on-point case law. Darby has been working on Bloomberg Law since 2009, prior to which she practiced as a commercial litigator in New York. She has an A.B. from Dartmouth College and a J.D. from Vanderbilt University Law School.

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