The Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession will identify subjects concerning technology that will impact the delivery of legal services now and in the future and (a) make recommendations to other NYSBA entities and staff to provide CLE and other tools to assist NYSBA members in enhancing their practices, adapting to technological innovation, and achieving reasonable technological competence in all aspects of their practices, including (without limitation) e-discovery, artificial intelligence, data privacy and cybersecurity; (b) enhance protection of the public by developing and recommending needed regulations and best practices for legal technology companies and, where appropriate, by working collaboratively with legal technology companies and entrepreneurs who provide forms, referrals, artificial intelligence and other for-profit law-related services directly to legal consumers; and (c) evaluate and recommend ways to use new legal technologies to bridge the “justice gap” and provide better access to courts and legal services for those unable to afford lawyers.
New Technologies: How Attorneys & Their Clients Might Evaluate New Technologies To Decide Whether To Adopt (Webinar)
Among other topics, our speakers will touch on issues surrounding videoconferencing, social media, contact tracing, and ways to vet new technologies for use in practice.
Our panelists will discuss what lawyers need to consider to protect themselves when maintaining but also disposing of client data that is stored electronically.
oin us for this program, when we will discuss the legal significance of the data created by virtual meeting platforms, what lawyers need to know…
Past Events Highlights
Our expert panel will examine highly automated, autonomous, and connected vehicle technologies, as well as biometric technologies, and some of the legal issues they have…
This program will examine potential bases for criminal liability associated with Level 3, 4 and 5 vehicles, including possible issues under the Fourth and Fifth…
The panel will discuss the issues raised by “black box” data and systems, including whether decisions in cases involving technology assisted review (TAR) and source…
The panel will analyze the recently enacted Illinois Artificial Intelligence Video Interview Act, what it means for employers, and whether we are likely to see…
his webinar will empower you and your staff to efficiently communicate remotely with clients and the courts.
Smart Phone Success and Terrific Tablets: Getting More Productivity (and Fun!) from Your Smart Phone and Tablet Devices
Is Blockchain the revolutionary technology that the hype suggests? Does blockchain technology have relevance to your practice and/or place within your organization?
Lawyers must keep abreast of the risks associated with managing technology and privileged and proprietary firm and client information, taking steps to safeguard themselves, their firm and their clients. Download our guide here.
Best Practices Videos
Advancing Clients on Social Media In the Workplace-Michael Fox
Artificial Intelligence-Maura Grossman and Mark Berman
Data Security-Sandy Strenger,Parth Chowlera, and Ron Hedges
Development in Online Legal Referral Services-Ron Minkoff
Preventive Measures for a Cyberattack-Alison Besunder
Securing Your Network-Sandy Stranger, Parth Chowlera, and Ron Hedges
Securing Your Password-Sandy Strenger, Parth Chowlera, and Ron Hedges
Social Media in the Workplace-Scott Malouf
Social Media Discovery and Research-Ignatius Grande
Software Updates-Sandy Strenger, Parth Chowlera, and Ron Hedges