Duquesne University School of Law will host a conference entitled: Artificial Intelligence: Thinking About Law, Law Practice, and Legal Education on April 26 & 27, 2019.
Developments in artificial intelligence are changing virtually all aspects our world, ranging from autonomous vehicles to robotic surgery, and from smart phones to smart speakers. Lawyers, legal educators, and policy makers are already experiencing the effects of computers that aid and, in some cases, replace the often-tedious work done by lawyers and other members of society. This two-day conference seeks presentations from educators, practitioners, policy makers, and computer scientists that will demonstrate how the development of artificial intelligence is affecting society, the law, the legal profession, and legal education. The Duquesne Law Review plans to dedicate space in its Winter 2019 symposium issue to publishing papers from this conference.
More information including possible topics can be found on the website. Submissions are due December 3, 2018.