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AI and The Law

Artificial intelligence promises to transform all parts of law and the legal system. From the way that the profession delivers law, the way that judges sentence offenders, and the way that government interacts with citizens, AI technology will fundamentally change our assumptions about the role of humans in the legal system and in legal decision-making.

Come along and hear our three speakers address the way that computers will make legal jobs disappear (and perhaps reappear) and make the legal system work in ways that we have only just begun to imagine.

Proudly presented by Corrs Chambers Westgarth

 

Philip Catania Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Philip Catania

Partner, Corrs Chambers Westgarth

Prof. Ugo Pagallo Professor of Jurisprudence,  University of Turin

Prof. Ugo Pagallo

Professor of Jurisprudence,  University of Turin

Prof.  Mirko Bagaric Director, Evidence-Based Sentencing and Criminal Justice Project at Swinburne Law School

Prof.  Mirko Bagaric

Director, Evidence-Based Sentencing and Criminal Justice Project at Swinburne Law School

Prof. Dan Hunter Dean, Swinburne Law School

Prof. Dan Hunter

Dean, Swinburne Law School

Dr Jake Goldenfein Lecturer, Swinburne Law School

Dr Jake Goldenfein

Lecturer, Swinburne Law School

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Robotics Showcase