• CPD Points: 1 [PM] [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Digital and Information Technology Law; Elder and Succession Law; Estate Planning; People Skills & Management; Risk Management and Liability; Succession Planning; Wills
  • Delivered: August 2023
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Description

This dynamic seminar that was delivered into the Elder and Succession Law Conference 2023, delves into the world of Generative AI and ChatGPT, explores the transformative potential of AI technology in the legal profession, and discusses why it is crucial for lawyers to stay ahead of the curve. This session will cover:

– Introduction: Generative AI and ChatGPT

– A Drive Behind the Wheel

– Navigating an Evolving Legal Landscape – The – Importance of Staying Ahead in this New AI Era

– Showcase Time – In an interview we invite Gilbert + Tobin's CEO, Sam Nickless, to share his insights and perspectives

  • CPD Points: 1 [PM] [PS]
  • Price: $89.00
  • Area: Digital and Information Technology Law; Elder and Succession Law; Estate Planning; People Skills & Management; Risk Management and Liability; Succession Planning; Wills
  • Delivered: August 2023
Digital Content
  • Recording
  • Slides and Summary

To purchase login below

Description

This dynamic seminar that was delivered into the Elder and Succession Law Conference 2023, delves into the world of Generative AI and ChatGPT, explores the transformative potential of AI technology in the legal profession, and discusses why it is crucial for lawyers to stay ahead of the curve. This session will cover:

– Introduction: Generative AI and ChatGPT

– A Drive Behind the Wheel

– Navigating an Evolving Legal Landscape – The – Importance of Staying Ahead in this New AI Era

– Showcase Time – In an interview we invite Gilbert + Tobin's CEO, Sam Nickless, to share his insights and perspectives

Francesca Beattie, Deputy Executive Director, Law Society of Tasmania

About the Presenter:

Ms Beattie graduated from UTAS with an LLB (Hons) in 1997 and was admitted in 1999. After several years in private practice she worked in inhouse positions in risk management, litigation and insurance including solicitors’ professional indemnity insurance (Aon, UK). During her career Francesca took a family-focused sabbatical period from the law, venturing into adult education as well as children's interactive digital media, founding Minimedia Productions Pty Ltd and earning the Australian Businesswomen’s Network’s 'Successful New Business' Award in 2005. Francesca commenced as Deputy Executive Director with the Law Society of Tasmania in 2013. Her role includes co-management of organisational operations; external stakeholder and committee/counselengagement; strategic counsel; policy and law reform work; and continuing legal education program development and oversight. Her key interests include driving systems and IT solutions to streamline delivery of membership and regulatory services; and supporting competency, excellence, wellbeing and prosperity in the business of law. Francesca also serves as a longstanding committee member of the Australian Law Management Group in the Legal Practice Section of the Law Council of Australia.

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