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Judicial Standing Orders: AI to Z

Judicial Standing Orders: AI to Z

Presented by Bloomberg Law

CLE Webinar Credit: CLE Credit Available

Judicial Standing Orders: AI to Z

According to a 2023 study, nearly 75% of active federal judges have one or more judicial standing orders, with most applying to civil cases. But has this growing use of standing orders contributed to an increasingly decentralized regulatory scheme, and are they well suited to address broader technological changes impacting the practice of law?

Join our distinguished panel of current and former federal judges for an insightful exploration into the world of judicial standing orders and the regulation of the use of artificial intelligence and future technologies in federal district courts. In this engaging webinar, attendees will gain invaluable insights into the role of judicial standing orders in shaping federal practice, navigating the evolving landscape of AI and technology regulation, and preparing for the future of legal practice. From understanding the nuances of standing orders and local rules to grappling with the ethical and legal implications of the use of generative AI tools, this discussion promises to be both enlightening and thought-provoking. JAMS neutral Hon. Paul W. Grimm (Ret.) will be a featured speaker.

Learning Objectives include:

  • Understand the Role and Evolution of Judicial Standing Orders and Local Rules: Attendees will gain a comprehensive understanding of how local rules and judicial standing orders function in federal courts, their legal basis, and how they have evolved to address new legal challenges, including technological advancements.
  • Navigate the Challenges of Regulating AI in Legal Practice: Explore the unique challenges posed by generative AI tools in the legal profession, including ethical considerations, potential biases, and transparency issues. Learn strategies for adapting existing rules and regulations to effectively regulate AI usage in federal court proceedings.
  • Prepare for the Future of Legal Practice: Discover practical insights and recommendations for law firms, practitioners, law students, and legal researchers to stay abreast of the evolving landscape of judicial standing orders and the regulation technology use in modern practice.

Featured JAMS Neutral:

Featured People

Hon. Paul W. Grimm (Ret.)
  • Business Commercial
  • Class Action & Mass Tort
  • Civil Rights
  • Construction
  • Employment Law
  • Insurance
  • Intellectual Property
  • Personal Injury
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