The paradox of legal AI:
Capabilities and controversies in international arbitration construction disputes

Tuesday 19 March 2024
8:30 – 10:30am, Paris time

 19 Pl. Vendôme, Paris, France, 75001 Paris

Can AI be simultaneously transformative, yet intrinsically flawed?
If it works some of the time, will it work all of the time?

These questions and others must be a part of the ongoing conversation about the use of AI in law.

Join a discussion with the leading voices in construction arbitration and technology as we take a critical look at the use of AI in arbitration and dispute resolution.

The panel session will explore:

  • Advice for how parties, counsel, and tribunals should evaluate new offerings.

  • Insight on the implications of wider technology adoption for future processes and practice.

  • Predictions for how hype about legal AI may influence client expectations and other stakeholders.  

You won't want to miss this opportunity to hear from experts as they offer their broad perspectives on AI, share practical arbitration applications, and provide predictions about the impact and future of AI.

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Matthew Rushton Follow me on LinkedIn

(Moderator) Senior Consultant
Opus 2

Emily Elliott Follow me on LinkedIn

Associate, International Arbitration (Construction)
White & Case LLP

Amaël Olivier Follow me on LinkedIn

Construction Delay Expert & Founder
Orizo Consult
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