Staying on the Cutting Edge -
AI Foundations, Benefits and Ethical Issues
12:00 - 2:00 PM | Virtual
Approved for 2 Hours CLE Credit
The rapidly evolving field of Artificial Intelligence is crucial in today’s legal industry, yet it also raises concerns that require careful consideration including practical implementation and ethical guidelines, and ongoing collaboration between legal experts and technologists.
This two hour CLE will dive into the foundational principles of AI, understanding its benefits and potential applications. It will also address the ethical considerations, providing insights into responsible development and deployment practices.
Members $40 || Non-members $60
Presentation 1: Understanding the Current State of Artificial Intelligence and How it will Impact the Practice of Law
Time: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
Jonathan NesslerSpringfield Attorney and Founder of Integrated Cognition
Jonathan Nessler is an attorney in Springfield, Illinois. He is also the founder of Integrated Cognition, LLC, a company that builds software designed to make interacting with artificial intelligence language models easy and available for anyone regardless of technical know-how. Mr. Nessler has worked extensively with new technologies, with a focus on blockchain-based technologies and artificial intelligence. Mr. Nessler has spoken extensively on these topics, helping attorneys and other professionals understand and implement technology focused on improving business operation and output. He was recently appointed to Illinois Judicial Conference AI Task Force by the Supreme Court of Illinois. Learn more about Mr. Nessler at attorneynessler.com or integratedcognition.com
Presentation 2: Artificial Intelligence: Benefits, Risks, & Ethical Considerations
Time: 1:00 - 2:00 PM
Anisa JordanEthics Education Counsel, Attorney Registration & Disciplinary Commission (ARDC)
Attorney Anisa Jordan serves as Ethics Education Counsel for the Attorney Registration and Disciplinary Commission (“ARDC”). In her role as Ethics Education Counsel Anisa helps develop and implement continuing legal education courses for Illinois lawyers focused on the Illinois Supreme Court Rules of Professional Conduct and general professionalism. Prior to joining the ARDC Anisa primarily practiced criminal law. She practiced criminal defense as a solo practitioner for nearly eight years and spent six years as an Assistant State’s Attorney with the Cook County State’s Attorney’s Office.
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