In case you missed Symposium 2018, here is a recap.
Legal Bootstrapping: The AI Tools Lawyers Need
Wednesday, April 4, 2018
11:30 AM–12:15 PM: Symposium Check-in, Lunch, & Tech Booths
Juristat: Patent drafting and prosecution tools, including claim analyses and examiner reports for practitioners with Jack Liput and Ben Venker
Specifio: Automated patent drafting for attorneys and agents with Dr. Ian Schick
12:15 PM–12:45 PM: Welcome
Introductions for Speakers and Schedule of Events
Symposium Opening: The Hon. Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar, Associate Justice of the California Supreme Court and Stanford University Law Professor
Technology Symposium Keynote: Nicole Shanahan, Founder and CEO, Clear Access IP
12:45 PM–1:00 PM: Legal Technology Presentation from Lex Machina
Leonard Park, Intellectual Property Law Data Project Lead at Lex Machina
1:00 PM–1:15 PM: Legal Technology Presentation from Google Patents Team
Jeremiah Chan, Legal Director of the Google Patents Data Science Team
Ian Wetherbee, Senior Software Engineer at Google Patents
Dr. Jay Yonamine, Head of Global Patents Data Science at Google
1:15 PM–1:30 PM: Legal Technology Presentation from IP Logic Systems
Tyler Seymour, Co-Founder and CEO of IP Logic Systems, Inc.
Campbell Yore, Co-Founder and Software Developer at IP Logic Systems, Inc.
1:30 PM–1:40 PM: Break
1:40 PM–1:55 PM: Legal Technology Presentation on A.I. & the Future of Online Dispute Resolution
David Orr, Senior Project Manager at Google in Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing
1:55 PM–2:10 PM: Legal Technology Presentation from Pablo Arredondo
Pablo Arredondo, Co-Founder and Chief Legal Research Officer at Casetext
2:10 PM–2:25 PM: Legal Technology Presentation from Legal Alignment
Larry Bridgesmith, Co-Founder and CEO of Legal Alignment
2:25 PM–2:45 PM: Legal Technology Implementation Presentation from James Yoon
James Yoon, Partner and Practice Development Leader at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, & Rosati
2:45 PM–3:00 PM: Break
3:00 PM–3:20 PM: A.I. & Ethics Session Keynote I – Dr. Dipayan Ghosh
- Dr. Dipayan Ghosh is a fellow at New America working on the group's Public Interest Technology Initiative and the Open Technology Institute, where he focuses on advancing consumer-oriented public policy initiatives at the intersection of privacy, security, and civil rights.
- CLE Materials 1
- CLE Materials 2
3:20 PM–3:35 PM: A.I. & Ethics Session Keynote II – Dr. Rumman Chowdhury
- Dr. Rumman Chowdhury is a Senior Principal at Accenture working on cutting-edge applications of Artificial Intelligence and leading a Strategic Global Initiative on Responsible Artificial Intelligence
- CLE Materials 1
- CLE Materials 2
- CLE Materials 3
3:35 PM–4:00 PM: A.I. & Legal Technology Ethics Panel Discussion – Moderated by Irina Raicu
Irina Raicu, Director of the Internet Ethics Program at the Markkula Center at Santa Clara University working on issue related to online privacy, net neutrality, big data ethics, social media’s impact on friendship and family
Dr. Rumman Chowdhury
Dr. Dipayan Ghosh
David Orr, Senior Project Manager at Google
Artem Goldman, CEO at Visabot, and Andrey Zinoviev, Managing Partner at Visabot
4:00 PM–4:10 PM: Break
4:10 PM–4:30 PM: Symposium Keynote Address – Hilarie Bass, President, American Bar Association and Partner at Greenberg Traurig
4:30 PM–5:25 PM: A.I. & Legal Technology Panel Discussion – Moderated By Prof. Colleen Chien
- Colleen Chien, Professor of Law, Santa Clara University School of Law and Former White House Senior Advisor on IP & Innovation in the Executive Office of the President
- Nicole Shanahan, Founder and CEO, Clear Access IP
- Pablo Arredondo, Co-Founder and Chief Legal Research Officer at Casetext
- James Yoon, Partner and Practice Development Leader at Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich, & Rosati
5:25 PM–5:30 PM: Closing Comments & Adjournment – Santa Clara High Technology Law Journal Editor-in-Chief Katherine Grout
Additional CLE Materials
- Ryan Calo, Artificial Intelligence Policy: A Primer and Roadmap, 51 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 339 (2017).
- Nicolas Petit, Law and Regulation of Artificial Intelligence and Robots: Conceptual Framework and Normative Implications (Mar. 9, 2017) (unpublished manuscript).
- Amy J. Schmitz & Colin Rule, The New Handshake: Where We Are Now, 2016 Int'l J. Online Disp. Resol. 84.
- Amitai Etzioni & Oren Etzioni, Should Artificial Intelligence Be Regulated?, Issues in Sci. & Tech. (Summer 2017), at 32.
- Mark McKamey, Legal Technology: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Law Practice, 22 Appeal L.J. 45 (2017).
- Finale Doshi-Velez et al., Accountability of AI Under the Law: The Role of Explanation (Berkman Klein Ctr. Working Group on Explanation & the Law, Nov. 27, 2017).