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The Ethics of AI and Machine Learning in Legal Practice


This is a virtual event, accessible over the phone. Access instructions will be provided after registration.


This complimentary webinar is produced in connection with the latest Bloomberg Law Special Report.

Large law firms and corporate legal departments increasingly use artificial intelligence and machine learning to assist in litigation, due diligence, and compliance matters. Besides offering higher efficiency and lower costs, legal analytics help inform legal strategy, improve case outcomes, and streamline business operations.

Yet professional judgment is still required to ensure that data is gathered and used in a competent and ethical manner.

Join Bloomberg Law for an informative 60-minute webinar that explores how large law firms and corporate counsel are using AI and legal analytics as part of their litigation practice, the ethical considerations of using AI and machine learning technology, and how to achieve the right blend of automation and human input.

Educational Objectives:

• Understand the scope and use of AI and machine learning in legal practice
• Explore various challenges of analytics and other AI applications
• Learn what ethical obligations are implicated by using AI tools in legal practice
• Gain strategies for ethically using AI on technology platforms

Who would benefit most from attending this program?

Corporate Counsel, Law Firm Partners and Associates, Legal Practitioners

This webinar is made possible with the support of the following sponsors:


David Kleiman
  • Senior Product Manager, Litigation
  • Bloomberg Law

David Kleiman is Senior Product Manager at Bloomberg Law, focused on delivering tools and analytics for litigation attorneys. He was previously a litigator at Arnold & Porter LLP and law clerk for a federal district court judge. David has written on the topic of demystifying AI for lawyers through supervised machine learning.

Christian Mammen
  • Partner
  • Womble Bond Dickinson

Chris has been litigating patents and technology cases since the start of the first boom in the late 1990s. His experience spans cellular communications, microchips, HD video compression, high-temperature superconductors, bio-pharmaceuticals, and even an early patent for online pizza-ordering. He has led both large and small litigation teams and has substantial first-chair experience, including arguing Markman hearings, arguing summary judgment hearings, taking and defending key technical and patent law expert depositions, and arguing before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit.

Mindy Rattan
  • Litigation Team Lead, Analysis
  • Bloomberg Law

Mindy is the litigation team lead in the Analysis unit at Bloomberg Law. She is responsible for developing the litigation-related content on the Bloomberg Law platform. Before assuming that role, Mindy was a legal ethics reporter for Bloomberg Law. She practiced law for 16 years as a commercial litigator. She also counseled colleagues and clients regarding legal ethics issues. She has presented numerous programs both for the ABA's Center for Professional Responsibility and the DC Bar about ethical issues faced in the practice of law, including ethical issues relating to social media and cloud computing, and ethics and integrity. Mindy is a past Chair of the ABA's Center for Professional Responsibility's CLE Committee.

Arlene Zalayet
  • Senior Vice President and General Attorney
  • Liberty Mutual Group

Arlene Zalayet is senior vice president, general attorney and manager of the Field Legal Organization for Liberty Mutual Group. In that capacity she oversees 1,600 staff members and is responsible for the management, organizational structure, and talent of staff counsel in 68 offices within 38 states. The offices represent Liberty Mutual and its policyholders in a variety of legal matters including personal injury defense, worker’s compensation, construction defect, subrogation, and fraud investigations. Ms. Zalayet’s responsibilities include workforce management, office administration, financial efficiencies, quality assurance, and client services satisfaction.

Continuing Education

General COA, 1.0 CLE Ethics
Practice Areas:
Working understanding of artificial intelligence
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