Technology and the Legal Profession Course Curriculum

COMMITTEE ON TECHNOLOGY AND THE LEGAL PROFESSION

Mission Statement
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. 
Learn more about the Committee here.

Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession Chair
Mark A. Berman, Esq., Ganfer Shore Leeds & Zauderer 


Upcoming Programs

How Attorneys and Judges are Addressing New Technologies - Part II 
Wednesday, March 18 | 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. | NYC or Webcast

Recognizing the Risks of Facial Recognition Technology:  A Look at the Potential For Bias and Other Ethical Issues
Wednesday, March 18 | 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. | NYC or Webcast

Discovery, Use, and Admissibility of “Black Box” Data
Thursday, March 19 | 10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m. | Webinar

Employing” AI: Explainable AI, Algorithmic Bias, and the Workplace
Thursday March 19 | 11:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. | Webinar

At the Intersection of Highly Automated and Autonomous Vehicles, and the Fourth and Fifth Amendments
Thursday, March 19 | 1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. | Webinar   


Past Technology & the Law CLE Programs

2019 NYSBA Technology Summit & Expo
NYSBA Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Webinar Series

   Part 1: Introduction to Blockchain & Cryptocurrency 
   Part 2: 
Benefits & Risks of Its Use by Attorneys and Their Clients
   Part 3: 
Cryptocurrency—Benefits & Risks of Its Use by Attorneys and Their Clients
Bringing 'Technology' to Attorneys: The New York State Bar Association Presents Four CLE Programs


Archive of Co-Sponsored CLE Programs 

Legal Ethics in the Age of Cyber Security, Hacking, and Scams (2019)
Preparing for and Responding to Disasters: A Guide for Lawyers (2019)

Who Owns Your "Personal" Emails and Social Media Data? (2019)
Biometrics, Facial Recognition and Autonomous Vehicles (2019)
Security, Confidentiality, Privacy and Social Media (2019)
Responding to a Data Breach in New York (2019)
Cleaning Out Your Data Closet: How to Dispose of Electronic Data (2018)

Imagining the Internet of Things: Legal and Regulatory Challenges to Integrating Our Society (2018)
Privacy Law Developments Impacting Social Media Presence Management for Businesses (2018)
Healthcare on the Blockchain (2018)
To Post or Not to Post? Conflicts of Interest and Social Media (2018)
E-Discovery and Data Protection: The Ethical Issues (2018)

AI Webinar Series Part 1 - What is Artificial Intelligence? (2018)
AI Webinar Series Part 2 - The Growing Use of Artificial Intelligence Applications (2018) 
AI Webinar Series Part 3 - Artificial Intelligence and Data Privacy/Protection: Big Data, U.S. Data Privacy Laws, and the EU General Data Protection Regulation (2018)
AI Webinar Series Part 4 - AI and Legal Ethics: How the Rules of Professional Conduct Bear on the Use of AI in Your Legal Practice (2018)
Managing Partners Roundtable - Emerging Technologies (2018)
Technology in Your Practice (2018)
Introduction to Discovery and Use of Electronic Information (2018)
The GDPR and How it Might Affect the Practice of Law in New York (2018)
Autonomous & Connected Vehicles: Evidentiary Issues Around the Corner (2018)
Legal Ethics in the Digital Age (Spring 2018)
Criminal ESI: Electronic Info in Criminal Investigations (2018)
Drone Law - Regulatory Issues (2017)
Legal Ethics in the Digital Age (Fall 2017)
Cybersecurity Regulations (2017)
Safeguarding Against Cyber Attacks (2017)
Cyber Attacks on Law Firms (2017)
Exploring the Ethical Implications of Social  Media Use (2017)
Department of Financial Services Cybersecurity Regulations: Achieving Compliance (2017)


Learn more about the Committee on Technology and the Legal Profession here

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