Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Legal Research and Decision-Making: Opportunities and Risks

Minnesota Law, Science, and Technology 2024 Symposium
February 15, 2024, 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Walter F. Mondale Hall

University of Minnesota Law School
229 19th Ave South
Minneapolis, CA 55455

This event aims to foster an in-depth and collaborative exchange among scholars and practitioners in the legal technology field, emphasizing policies and ethics surrounding the utilization of Artificial Intelligence (AI) tools in legal analysis and decision-making. While exploring the latest advancements in AI tools and techniques, our primary focus will be on the responsible and judicious implementation of these technologies within the legal domain. We invite esteemed researchers and scholars to participate and share their valuable insights on opportunities and risks associated with the use of AI in legal decision-making. 

Six articles on the symposium topic written by the seven panelists will be discussed. Each article will be discussed during its own 35-minute session. There will be a keynote speech during the lunch hour presented by an attorney sharing his personal experience and perspective on the use of AI in the legal profession.

JLST symposium poster
CLE Credits
4.5 standard CLE credits have been requested. Event code #499674.
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John Villasenor

Professor at UCLA

Kevin Frazier

Assistant Professor at St. Thomas University College of Law

Zoe E. Niesel

Professor at St. Mary’s University School of Law

Damien Riehl

Lawyer and technologist

Peter Henderson

Assistant Professor at Princeton University

Daniel E. Ho

Professor at Stanford Law

Amy Beth Cyphert

Lecturer in Law at West Virginia University

S. Sean Tu

Professor at West Virginia University

Vivian Lin