Guarding Against Ethical Pitfalls in Legal Research

Event Description

Deadline to Register: Wednesday, October 2, 2019

REMOTE PARTICIPATION ONLY

Learn how rapid advances in online search technology implicate your ethical obligations, and how to use advanced features to ensure you fulfill those obligations. In this session we will discuss; the new the impact revelations in search algorithms, how to protect against inherent algorithm bias, and the ethical implications of this in the future.  

Presenter:

Valerie McConnell. With nearly a decade of litigation experience under her belt at Jones Day and The McArthur Law Firm, a 4-lawyer IP practice, Valerie is very well-equipped to help legal researchers learn how to be more effective through their research. Today, she litigation background to help fellow litigators learn how to leverage legal technology in their practice. Valerie obtained her JD from Stanford Law School. 

CLE Credits:

1.0 ethics CLE credit will be applied for | Event Code:

Cost:

FREE

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DATE
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
TIME

3:00 PM to 4:00 PM

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