Please join us for a panel discussion about the opportunities and risks presented by use of artificial intelligence in public interest law. We will be joined by: Quinten Steenhuis, practitioner in residence and adjunct professor at Suffolk University Law School’s Legal Innovation and Technology Lab and former housing attorney at Greater Boston Legal Services; and Jack Cushman, software engineer, appellate attorney, and the director of the Harvard Library Innovation Lab, a software and design lab at the Harvard Law School Library bringing library principles to technological frontiers. The conversation will be moderated by Leah Plunkett, Executive Director of Harvard Law School Online and Associate Dean of Learning Experience and Innovation (LXI) who will teach Access to Justice in the Digital World this spring.
The panelists will delve into some of the possibilities and potential pitfalls of utilizing artificial intelligence to address the access to justice gap.
Lunch from Sweetgreen will be provided.