Alberta Legal Technology Conference – Lawyer Technological Competence – Webinar
May 19 | 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm$71.25 – $95
Date: May 19, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM – 1:30 PM
$125 + GST $95 + GST
In October 2019, the Federation of Law Societies of Canada amended its Model Code rule on competence to include explicit reference to technological competence. Several provincial and territorial law societies, including Alberta, have incorporated this amendment into their respective codes. The fact that there now exists a formal duty of technological competence raises the question of what, exactly, does this duty entail? What does this duty require from lawyers?
In this presentation, Professor Amy Salyzyn will present “6As” taxonomy for thinking about lawyer technological competence – modern lawyers need be Automated, Aware (of technological risks), operate as Avatars (i.e. competently deliver services digitally), use AI to Augment their legal practices, be Acquainted with emerging AI technologies and be Attentive to how AI in being used in the justice system.
This session is part of a 9-part series. Save $260 when you register for the entire conference. If you are unable to make a live webinar broadcast date, registration automatically includes access to the recordings so you can watch and learn at your convenience.
If multiple lawyers or staff members from your firm would like to attend this webinar or webinar series, please contact [email protected] for pricing.
Thank you to our conference sponsor, Stewart Title.