This program is presented by Web Credenza, an online CLE provider, in partnership with CBA-CLE.
This topic may have been previously offered in 2021 (or earlier).
- What duties do lawyers have to investigate and understand AI in the tools they use?
- Does AI constitute the unauthorized practice of law (UPL) in a state?
- Do software packages that draft language and assemble forms violate ethics rules?
- What supervisory and training obligations do lawyers have for non-lawyer staff using these tools?
- Are there ethics concerns of using AI in discovery?
- Must lawyers warn clients that they use AI?
Faculty: Thomas E. Spahn, McGuireWoods LLP, McLean, VA
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Home studies will be available approximately 2-3 weeks following the live program.
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The program will be submitted for CLE accreditation in Colorado. If you need to seek accreditation in another state, please review the process and requirements for that individual state. CBA-CLE staff can provide a Uniform Certificate of Attendance, and it is the attendee’s responsibility to complete the accreditation outside of Colorado.